Planned and Estate Giving

With an estate plan, you can change the lives of many for years to come through United Way.

We invite you to consider United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut in your estate planning to ensure that your personal and family needs are met now and in the future and that your generosity will continue beyond your lifetime.

There are many ways to protect your estate and LIVE UNITED:

  • by remembering United Way in your will;
  • by designating United Way as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy;
  • through the gift of a pension, IRA or other retirement plan proceeds;
  • by remembering others through memorial gifts; and,
  • through the gift of securities and real estate.

Thank you for considering United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut in your estate planning.

To learn more, please contact Stefanie Boles, Chief Operating Officer.

1924 Society

Legacy Giving

The 1924 Society honors and thanks our donors who have made a bequest or planned gift to United Way of Central and Northeastern Connecticut. These gifts provide resources which create extraordinary opportunities for future generations allowing members’ legacy of giving to live on.

These generous 1924 Society members have made a lasting and invaluable contribution in securing the success of United Way and our partner agencies, ensuring that our region will continue to grow and prosper as it meets the challenges of tomorrow.

Members of the 1924 Society

We are deeply grateful to our 1924 Society members, and we appreciate their commitment to the 40-town region we call home.

  • Estate of Adrienne Allen
  • Margot & Lee Allison †
  • Frederick K. Bailey †
  • Henry T.J. Becker †
  • Harold C. Buckingham, Jr.
  • Howard & Sue Carver
  • Dr. Ann M. Curran †
  • Ray & Ronnie Deck †
  • Janice E. DeDominicis
  • Susan B. & Ned Dunn, Jr.
  • Estate of Isidore S. Geetter, M.D.
  • Estate of Elizabeth & Virginia Hicks
  • Estate of Richard & Marie McCabe
  • Claire & Millard † Pryor
  • Libby M. Richardson
  • Lew & Amy Robinson
  • Mr. & Mrs. Peter † Russell
  • The Wellman Family Fund
  • Don & Jean Wilson
  • Henry M. Zachs
  • Four contributors who wish to remain anonymous.

† Deceased

You can perpetuate your commitment to real, lasting change through a planned gift to United Way.

There are many ways to contribute, whether through your will, a gift of stock, or a retirement plan or life insurance policy.

You’ll enjoy membership in United Way’s prestigious 1924 Society – and you’ll ensure that long after your lifetime, future generations in our 52 communities have opportunities for a good life.

To learn more, please contact Stefanie Boles, Chief Operating Officer.