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Planned Giving

GIFTS FOR THE FUTURE (PLANNED GIVING)

The Late Dr. Oakley

A planned gift to The Episcopal Church Home Foundation is a charitable gift made through your will, estate, or an annuity program.  There are many ways to give, and your attorney or other legal advisor can help you choose the best option to meet your financial and philanthropic goals.

The Frank Allen Society

Frank Allen was a man of few words! Former president of The Episcopal Church Home’s Board of Directors and member of the Board for over 20 years, his extraordinary commitment, vision, and decision making helped prepare the 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.  Members, too, understand the importance of planning.  They help provide excellent care now and for years to come through a variety of long-range gift opportunities.

Planned giving opportunities include:

  • Donations of cash, securities, or real estate to The Episcopal Church Home Foundation.
  • Designating The Episcopal Church Home Foundation as beneficiary of a bequest through a will or estate.
  • Creating a life-income plan through a pooled life income fund, charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust.  These plans allow donors to make significant gifts while providing life income for themselves, family, or friends.  The remainder becomes available to The Episcopal Church Home Foundation upon the donor’s death.

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CONTACT US:
To further discuss any of these giving options, please contact Teresa Galbier, Vice President of Community Outreach, at (585) 546-8439 ext. 3121 or tgalbier@episcopalseniorlife.org.


"Their last years were so meaningful to them because of all that ESLC provided for them. I would like to thank ESLC for offering this to my parents.” ~ Laurel Daise, Daughter of Don and Grace Spencer, former residents