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HumanGood Foundation is pleased to continue our commitment to match legacy gifts, up to 10%, dedicated to support our 18 communities’ benevolence funds.

As part of our mission, HumanGood seeks to create philanthropic opportunities that will help us enhance the lives of those we serve in our communities.  There are times when a resident may outlive their financial resources and no longer have the means to pay the full amount of their monthly fees.  The benevolence funds at each of our 18 life plan communities, which are managed by the HumanGood Foundation, have been established to help those residents so they can remain in their homes.

The HumanGood Foundation realizes our long-term strength comes from the gifts people leave after they pass away, some very significant. The HumanGood Legacy Challenge is a matching gift program that enables HumanGood residents, friends and team members to have an immediate impact when they make a commitment to support one of the 18 life plan communities with a future legacy gift.  Legacy gifts include bequests in a will or living trust, entrance fee rebate donations, IRA/403(b), banking/investment and life insurance beneficiary designations, to name a few.

When you document your future gift to the HumanGood Foundation, the foundation will immediately make a gift in your name to your community’s benevolence fund up to 10% of your future gift – maximum of $25,000.  The HumanGood Legacy Challenge will end on December 31, 2021 or when the fund is fully exhausted.

“Benevolence funds are so important to our foundation.  In 2019 over $1.4 million was provided by the foundation to help 75 residents remain in their homes within our communities.”, stated Anita Fraley, Vice President of HumanGood Foundation, “the Legacy Challenge will enable us to continue this support thanks to the generosity of our donors.”

Click here to learn more about the HumanGood Foundation and ways to give in support of our benevolence funds and provide financial peace of mind to all living in our communities.