Planned Giving

Become a Member of the Champion's Society

Create your own legacy by making a planned gift to Special Olympics Connecticut. Through planned giving, you can ensure that the life-changing mission of Special Olympics is carried on for years to come.

There are many ways that you can leave your legacy by making a planned gift, including:

·  Gifts by bequest– Charitable bequests are easy to make and offer tremendous flexibility. You continue to enjoy use of your assets during your lifetime and there is no immediate donation required.

·  Gift annuities – In return for your gift of cash or stock, Special Olympics will pay you a fixed amount for the rest of your life.

·  Retirement plans, life insurance, securities and real estate– Name Special Olympics Connecticut as a non-binding beneficiary of any of these assets.

Make a planned gift of any type and join the Champion’s Society. In the Olympic tradition of excellence and grandeur, Champion’s Society members are the guardians who protect our athletes’ future. By providing for Special Olympics Connecticut in their estate and financial plans today, members of the Champion’s Society guarantee the long-term success of Special Olympics Connecticut and its athletes.

There are no membership fees or minimum gift amounts to join the Champion’s Society. The size of your gift is entirely your choice and is kept confidential. If you have already included Special Olympics Connecticut in a bequest or other planned gift, we hope you will let us know. Your willingness to be listed as a member of the Champion’s Society not only encourages others to follow your example, but inspires the family members, athletes and community at large and ensures that Special Olympics’ life-improving mission will continue for generations to come.

Learn More

To learn more about making a planned gift, click here 
or contact Kristen Mengold at [email protected] or 203-230-1201 Ext.280.

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Champion's Society Members - The Dennin Family