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In the wake of all the upsetting daily news,
please remember CHC is here for you and your family.

help@chconline.org or 650.688.3625

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Legacy Gifts

Clark Legacy Circle

Welcome to the Clark Legacy Circle

Welcome to the Clark Legacy Circle at Children’s Health Council. We’re glad you’re here. The Clark Legacy Circle gives you the power to make a life-changing difference for children and teens with ADHD, LD, Anxiety & Depression, and Autism Spectrum Disorders through planned giving to CHC. Your planned gift can support our mission today or you may design a plan that benefits CHC after your lifetime. All planned gifts truly make a difference and help children and teens learn, develop, and thrive. Your gift changes lives. You don’t have to be a certain age or extremely wealthy to participate. You just need a plan. The Clark Legacy Circle offers several types of planned gifts to consider, and each one provides a meaningful, financially beneficial way to prepare for your future and to plan for the future of CHC and its children and families.

Bequests & Estate Plan Gifts  IRA and Other Retirement Plan Gifts Life Income Gifts

We are happy to work with you and your tax and legal advisors to structure the type of planned gift that best fits your financial and philanthropic goals. For more information, please contact Director of Advancement Bill Gray at 650.688.3667 or bgray@chconline.org.

 
Mary and Glenn Johnson“I did not have a Children’s Health Council when I was younger, but I had always struggled in school. It was not until later that I was diagnosed with dyslexia. Once I was introduced to CHC, I knew I wanted to devote as much of my time as possible to it so no child is made to feel that something is wrong with them. The decision to put CHC in our estate plan started very early. My husband and I have always been committed to supporting smaller organizations in our community. I’ve personally seen the changes in children and families from the work at Children’s Health Council.” —Mary and Glenn Johnson