Planned Giving

For those living with a disability, day-to-day life can be challenging enough today without worrying about tomorrow.

PLAN of Connecticut has never been better positioned to provide the peace of mind and expertise needed to face future uncertainties and answer overwhelming questions. And it is up to all of us to ensure that we continue to be here for families with a highly compassionate, personalized approach.

The decision to include PLAN of Connecticut in your estate plan demonstrates your sincere commitment to the work we are doing, and your vote of confidence in our future.


There are many ways to leave a legacy. Planned gifts provide a variety of options, many of which can even provide financial benefits to the donors and ensure that your dollars are working hard for our future. Gifts to PLAN of Connecticut are fully tax deductible, as allowable by law, and can be structured as an outright gift, through a bequest in your will or trust, real estate, appreciated securities, charitable remainder trusts, gift annuities, retirement account assets, life insurance, and more.


Please consider making a gift now. To learn more or to discuss your philanthropic goals, please contact Kerry Tedford-Coles, Executive Director-PLAN of Connecticut at 860-523-4951.

All inquiries are completely confidential. PLAN of Connecticut is not engaged in providing legal or tax advice.
Please consult your attorney or financial advisor to determine if one or more of these types of planned gift options
may be right for you.