We are thankful for those who have made an estate gift to Crotched Mountain Foundation, Inc.. Here are their stories.
John H. Adams
"Since becoming a donor and volunteer in 1998, I have come to know and respect the Crotched Mountain employees and the selfless work they do each and every day in serving and caring for children and adults with disabilities. It has been my great privilege to establish a Charitable Gift Annuity that both honors them and ultimately establishes a fund in my late wife's and my name for their professional development and training."
—John H. Adams, Crotched Mountain donor and volunteer
Nancy VanVranken, M.D.
"I made a decision that was simple, free to arrange, and it will reduce a tax burden for my family. In addition to my annual gift, I named Crotched Mountain as one of the beneficiaries of my retirement plan. This combined giving allows me to help Crotched Mountain today as well as ensure its exceptional programs and services continue."
—Nancy VanVranken, M.D., Immediate Past Chair, Board of Directors
"It was such an easy decision; I knew right away that I would become a member of the Don Kent Legacy Society. Having Crotched Mountain in my estate planning means I am still an important member of that lovely community. I'm reassured that, right through my retirement years, I'm continuing to serve those extraordinary children and adults with disabilities at Crotched Mountain."
—Pat Whitney, retired Crotched Mountain employee