The 1892 Founders Society at Altenheim Senior Living is a recognition program created to honor and celebrate the generosity of our friends who have named The Altenheim Foundation in their charitable legacy plan.
Started in 2017, in honor of Altenheim's 125th Anniversary, The Society recognizes and thanks donors whose planned or deferred gift to Altenheim is $10,000 or more.
Alistair J. Ross Living Trust
Estate of Charlotte Adomaitis
Estate of Philo D. Hudson
Mr. & Mrs., Robert Ivancic
Mr. & Mrs. Paul Psota, Esq.
Margaret Saunders Trust
Sophia S. Schlather Trust
Funds of the Cleveland Foundation
Walter C. and Lucy I. Astrup Fund No. 1
Magdalana Baehr Fund
The Harry F. and Edna J. Burmester CRUT No. 1
Marion M. Cameron Fund
John Huntington Benevolent Fund
Benefits of joining the 1892 Founders Society include a role in determining how your legacy gift will be used, a relationship with Altenheim and other donors during your lifetime, satisfaction in knowing your legacy will make a difference for your community and special recognition in newsletters, annual reports and other Altenheim publications.
One of the easiest, most meaningful and enduring planned gifts is to include a bequest to The Altenheim Foundation in your will. It can be a specific dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, a portion of your estate after satisfying other bequests or a combination of these. Other legacy gifts are a life insurance policy, a recipient in your trust, a charitable gift annuity and a charitable remainder trust.
Motivation to leave a planned gift to The Altenheim Foundation may be gratitude for an exceptional experience, belief in Altenheim's mission, or a desire to make a difference. Whatever your motivation, your gift will have a lasting impact on the residents, families and the Altenheim community.
As with any estate plan, you should consult with your financial advisor.
For more information contact the Office of Institutional Advancement, 440-238-3361 ext. 1171.
"To leave the world a better place . . .to know even one life has breathed easier because you have lived. That is to have succeeded." Ralph Waldo Emerson