A planned gift is a wonderful way to provide financial support for Meeting Street in perpetuity. We are happy to work with you on the many options available — options at many different donation levels. We can talk to you about what makes sense at your current stage of life.
Or maybe you have already named Meeting Street in your will and have not given us the opportunity to acknowledge your commitment to us. The Denhoff Society, named after our co-founder Dr. Eric Denhoff, is a special group that honors individuals who have made their planned giving intentions known to us. If your will includes a bequest to Meeting Street, we hope you will share this with us. We feel strongly about expressing our gratitude to supporters who have remembered Meeting Street in such a generous way.
Will / Bequest
Honor and Memorial Giving
A gift to Meeting Street is a wonderful way to honor or memorialize a loved one. When you make a memorial or honor donation, we send you an acknowledgement of your gift. We also send a note to the individual or the family of the person who is being remembered, so they know a gift was made.
Starting an Endowment Fund
Investing in Meeting Street’s Endowment provides our organization with stability because the principal of the endowment will not be spent, and because a portion of annual earnings will be reinvested in the endowment. This means that we will always have a source of funds that will increase over time as the endowment grows with the addition of new gifts. It is a way to ensure that Meeting Street will be able to provide services to future generations of children.
(Please note: a minimum of $10,000 is required to establish a named fund; however gifts of any amount can be restricted annually to individual areas or programs of interest.)
Below are a few of the endowment funds that support Meeting Street:
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