Donation Benefits

Imagine the feeling you would have by knowing that you:

  • Created a named scholarship at Schott Communities to help physically and intellectually challenged adults receive services to help them live a meaningful and productive life.
  • Endowed a program that served the disabled population in your community to ensure its continuation at the Schott Center.
  • Made a difference in the lives of people who seek help at Schott Communities and will continue to do so for generations to come!
Estate Donation
Creating a personal legacy through your estate can be accomplished by making a planned gift to Schott Communities in your will. Doing so can also offer you tax advantages as well. Please contact Ileana Ramirez-Cueli, Executive Director, or Jerry Cohen, Director of Annual Fund and Stewardship, to inform Schott Communities of your intentions so that we can make sure your legacy is fulfilled.

Trusts
There are a variety of ways to make a charitable gift to Schott Communities, either through simply including a direct gift through your estate or by creating some form of trust. Charitable Lead Trusts and Charitable Remainder Trusts are just 2 examples most popular charitable vehicles. For the most advantageous gift, please consult your financial advisor or family attorney.