Ensure the Foundation’s Future
You can support CCF in a variety of ways, including through your estate. Including CCF in your estate plan will not only assist you in reaching and achieving your own philanthropic and charitable giving goals, but it will also allow CCF to continue its mission of financially assisting cancer patients and funding cancer research.
A Gift in Your Will
Whether you designate a specific amount or leave a percentage of your estate, your legacy gift will empower the CT Cancer Foundation’s continued work.
Donating certain non-cash assets like art or real estate can provide significant tax benefits while advancing CCF’s mission.
Your retirement plans, life insurance policies, and annuities can all help bring healing to families in need.
Qualified Charitable Distributions
If you are 72 or older, you can give up to $100,000 per year from your IRA, allowing you to exclude the amount of your RMD from your income, even if you don’t itemize your taxes each year.
Planned giving or legacy donors have many opportunities with CCF by providing families and individuals with prominent recognition and honors in all categories below:
- CCF Fine Art Gallery Naming
- CCF Building Naming Rights
- Fund Leadership Program, Art Programs, Staffing or Renovations
- Fine Art Donations
- Cancer Research Fund
- Bequests of Cash, Stocks, Bonds, Fine Art or Life Insurance
Fund the CCF Center
The Connecticut Cancer Foundation offers numerous naming opportunities that provide a special way for donors to leave a permanent mark on helping cancer patients in CT. By placing your name or the name of someone special on the CCF Center, Fine Art Gallery, or Hall of Fame Walkway, your gift becomes an enduring symbol of your connection to the Connecticut Cancer Foundation and its mission.
Naming opportunities are available for the CCF Center at all levels. Contact for more information.