When you leave a gift in your will to St.Amant Foundation, you become part of a community of contributors who share your values –they envision more meaningful opportunities for children and adults with developmental disabilities and autism to fulfill their potential.
A legacy gift can be left in your will or trust in the form of:
- a bequest (a gift of cash or property)
- life insurance
- securities and stocks
A Meaningful Legacy
Janet Franczyk is a committed and devoted mother, a successful retired businesswoman, and also a thoughtful planner. Janet’s daughter Donna-Marie has lived at St.Amant’s complex residential care facility for over 40 years.
“I’m very happy with the care my daughter receives. I felt compelled to help out and give back,” said Janet.
It’s that desire to give back that also led Janet to make a planned gift to the St.Amant Foundation in her will. A planned gift is a popular way for to leave a significant or “ultimate” gift to St.Amant. Janet’s planned gift is a way of thanking St.Amant for always providing her daughter with excellent care and utmost respect. Read more of Janet’s story here.
For more information about leaving a gift in your will please contact Juliette Mucha, Director of St.Amant Foundation, at 204-258-7052 or email@example.com.