Leaving a Legacy
Leaving a legacy is not an option reserved for only the wealthy! In fact, the longevity of a charitable organization depends on charitable bequests of all types. You can choose a variety of planned giving tools, such as a will, insurance policy, charitable gift annuities or charitable remainder trusts. Annuities and trusts produce income for you and your family for the remainder of your lifetime.
A new Elizabeth Mitchell Legacy Society member, Clarke Simpson Delp, chose to give so that she could, in her words, "...lay a foundation of giving that will, hopefully, be carried on by my children." You, too, can leave a legacy for Centers For Youth and Families.
Anyone who designates a planned gift to The Centers becomes a member of the Elizabeth Mitchell Legacy Society.
If you are interested in more information about planned gift opportunities at Centers for Youth and Families, contact The Foundation at 501.666.9436 or CCarr@cfyf.org.