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A Legacy Beyond a Lifetime

Planned Giving and Senior Living Donations at ESLC

A legacy gift, commonly referred to as a planned gift, is a personal contribution that affords donors the opportunity to give in a way that will leave a lasting legacy.

The Frank Allen Society

Frank Allen was a man of few words but boundless heart. As the former president of the Episcopal Church Home’s Board of Directors and member of the Board for more than 20 years, he provided us with his extraordinary wisdom, commitment, vision and decision-making to help prepare the Episcopal Church Home for its future.

The Frank Allen Society was created in Mr. Allen’s honor. Society members share his sincere dedication to all residents, present and future, and recognize the importance of planning. The Frank Allen Society recognizes donors who have planned to give to ESLC through:

  • A will or trust
  • Appreciate securities
  • Retirement account
  • Life insurance policy
  • Gift annuity
  • Assets: real estate, business interest, retained life estate

Member Benefits

There are many personal financial benefits to planned giving such as possible tax deductions, income or savings. Those who choose to give in this way are creating a legacy, and building a better and sustainable future for seniors. By becoming a member of the Frank Allen Society, you allow us the opportunity to understand your intent and celebrate your part of ESLC’s future. As our partner, Frank Allen Society members have special access to ESLC events and programs in order to stay informed about the organization’s advancements, vision, mission and future plans.

Questions/More Information

To become a member of the Frank Allen Society or to learn more about how you can leave an enduring legacy at ESLC, contact the Foundation Office at 585.546.8439, ext. 3102 or

We manage your donation to the Foundation in a highly responsible manner. Your donation is eligible for the maximum charitable tax benefits allowed by law.

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