Our Legacy Society

Make a Lasting Impression

Welcome to the Maryhaven Legacy Society homepage.

    The Legacy Society recognizes and honors those extraordinary individuals whose estate and life income gifts will provide future support for Maryhaven and its individuals for years and decades to come. These gifts may benefit students, programs or faculty.
The society’s members include all those who provide for Maryhaven in their estate plans, through wills, trusts, life income gifts, retirement plans, life insurance policies, and other vehicles. Your planned gift will change the direction of a the most capable and loving long term care facility for mentally challenged individuals in New York, provide training and inspiration for staff, or provide valuable resources to a service or program.
    Make the gift you never thought possible!
    Charitable gift planning, sometimes called "planned giving," means making a charitable gift of estate assets to one or more nonprofit organizations like Maryhaven Center of Hope through the Foundation. It presents all members of the Maryhaven Community—an opportunity to make a substantial gift that is arranged now and paid later. By naming Maryhaven in your will or trust, you will provide a lasting gift that will greatly
help in years to come. With an increasing number of our benefactors taking this approach, we hope to attain more than 250 participants in our Legacy Appeal over the next five years.


Getting Started

There are many planned gifts that won’t affect your existing financial resources, but will have a significant impact on Maryhaven Center of Hope. Give to the institution you care so much about, while maintaining control and flexibility.

Make a Gift By Will
A bequest is a gift provision in your will or revocable living trust. All assets, including cash, securities, real estate, and tangible personal property, may be transferred to The Maryhaven Center of Hope Foundation. at the end of your life.

The Maryhaven Legacy Society Appeal
Charitable gift planning, sometimes called "planned giving," means making a charitable gift of estate assets to one or more nonprofit organizations like Maryhaven Center of Hope through the Foundation. It presents all members of the Maryhaven Community—an opportunity to make a substantial gift that is arranged now and paid later. By naming Maryhaven in your will or trust, you will provide a lasting gift that will greatly
help in years to come. With an increasing number of our benefactors taking this approach, we hope to attain more than 250 participants in our Legacy Appeal over the next five years.


SEE HOW EASY IT IS…
Consider remembering Maryhaven in your will or trust. Gift planning benefits you today and Maryhaven forever.
You can make a bequest for a specific dollar amount or for a percentage of your estate. Many individuals establish endowments that honor the memory of a family member or another loved one. These endowments live forever, since only the income is used annually. Since a will is an important legal document, you should seek an attorney's help.

The following are some examples of various types of bequests:

Specific bequests are used to make a gift of a specific dollar amount or specific assets, such as securities, real estate, or personal property.

Residuary bequests are used to give all or a portion of the rest, residue, and remainder of your estate after payment of expenses and any specific amounts designated to other beneficiaries.








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