Helpful tools for planning your generous gift.
When you begin to develop your estate plan, you may want to educate yourself about the ways that charitable gift planning can be judiciously included in your overall planning. While charitable gift planning can be accomplished separately from your estate planning, why not inform yourself about the various charitable methods effectively used by others, let your estate planning advisor know which outcomes would be most appealing to you, and integrate the charitable component into the overall planning process to more effectively accomplish your objectives, once and for all.
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Sample bequest language for your legal counsel’s consideration in preparing your will or trust.See the Samples
Try our gift calculator to personalize the gift you are interested in making to Hartford Hospital.Use the Calculator
If you are advising a client who is considering a planned gift or bequest to Hartford Hospital, we welcome the opportunity to work with you in helping your client.View Resources
Patrick O’Reilly’s $200 bequest in 1865 was the equivalent of $3,150 in 2019 dollars, and a $5,000 bequest received from the estate of Sara Dunham in 1912 is now worth $272,251.25 in endowment principal.Learn More