Giving To The Connecticut Burns Care Foundation
Established in 1978, the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation encourages philanthropic support for its mission of service to burn survivors and initiatives to promote awareness on burn safety and prevention and burn care.
The Foundation has played a significant role in providing funding through its philanthropic efforts to create The Arthur C. Luf Children’s Burn Camp for severely burned children between the ages of 8-18. The Foundation also provides support for the state-of-the-art medical equipment and facilities needed to treat and care for burn survivors at our local burn center and contributes to research projects to help them. The Foundation is also the leading source for educating the public on fire safety and fire prevention.
The Connecticut Burns Care Foundation encourages contributions from individuals, corporations, other foundations, and organizations interested in supporting this special mission of service.
Not funded by any government or local agency, the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation relies on donations from individuals, corporations, organizations, and fund-raising activities for its existence.
We are tax exempt under IRS 501 (c)(3).
Contributions are deductible to the extent provided by law.
Gifts to the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation can be made in a variety of ways:
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HONOR GIFTS — To recognize a special occasion, such as an anniversary, new arrival, promotion, graduation, a birthday, or to express appreciation of someone’s kindness or service.
MEMORIALS — A lasting tribute to the life of a loved one or a respected friend or colleague.
BEQUESTS — Inclusion of the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation as a beneficiary in your will.
To Bequeath a Specific Amount:
“I give, devise, and bequeath to the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation, a charitable nonprofit corporation located in Milford, CT., the sum of $_____, in support of its mission of service to burn survivors and in providing our community with valuable information on fire safety and fire prevention.”
To Bequeath a Percentage:
“I give, devise, and bequeath to the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation, a charitable nonprofit corporation located in Milford, CT., _____% of my residual estate, both real and personal, for use to support its mission of service to burn survivors and in providing our community with valuable information on fire safety and fire prevention.”
LIFE INSURANCE — You may wish to make a gift of an old policy or purchase a new one that has the Foundation as the beneficiary.
LIFE INCOME GIFTS — Life income gifts allow you to make a gift to the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation and receive annual income from the gift’s investments, e.g., annuities and trusts.
OUTRIGHT GIFTS — This is the most popular form of charitable giving since it can be used immediately to support the ongoing programs and services of the Foundation. Most outright gifts come to the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation through the generosity of firefighters, organizations, corporations, foundations, or individuals from the community at large by writing a check, money order, bank draft, credit card or by sending securities.
All contributions are tax deductible to the extent allowed by law and may be restricted by the donor for specific purposes, or given as unrestricted donations to support the entire mission of the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation.
LEAVE A LEGACY (Planned Giving) — Planned Giving provides a mechanism for the Connecticut Burns Care Foundation to preserve and protect the wonderful programs and services that benefit burn survivors and help our community receive valuable information on fire safety and fire prevention.
Gifts from those who have left us will also give us the resources to carry on our Children’s Burn Camp.
The Connecticut Burns Care Foundation has established the Legacy Society to recognize people who support our cause by utilizing various estate planning vehicles such as bequests, trusts, gift annuities, insurance and real estate. Membership is simple. Just notify the Foundation office at 203-878-6744 or your intent to support the mission of the Foundation and/or its Children’s Burn Camp by placing us in your will, insurance policy, trust, gift annuity or real estate.