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!
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.
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.