Give Through Your Estate Plan

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Giving Through Your Estate Plan

Christian Living Communities created the Compassion Circle to honor and thank those who have taken special steps to include CLC in their long-term plans through a planned gift.

A planned gift is a future gift that designates some part of an individual's estate as a donation to a nonprofit. The gift honors your legacy, your work, and your sacrifice through the years. It is a wonderful way to have an enormous impact for years to come.

Many people like to preserve full control over their assets during life, protecting against future uncertainties. Others may choose to maximize any tax and financial benefits that can result from their philanthropy.

In addition, almost everyone will prioritize family and loved ones first, only providing for CLC after those needs are met. There is tremendous flexibility in this planning.

Every legacy gift, large or small, helps strengthen Christian Living Communities in permanent ways. We would love to help you discover how easy making an estate gift can be.

About the Compassion Circle

Christian Living Communities created the Compassion Circle to honor and recognize those who remember CLC with a legacy gift.  This provides us with an opportunity to say “thank you” during a person’s life.

When you make the important decision to include Christian Living Communities as a part of your will or a part of your planned giving, we will document the decision to ensure we honor your wishes.

The best way we can honor your wishes is to have you complete a confidential Acknowledgement Form. This form is a declaration of intent of a future gift. It is not a legally binding document, and it can be changed at any time.

We know that plans change despite our best planning efforts. There will never be an expectation or obligation for anyone to complete a gift.

Stephanie Manley

Director of Philanthropy

To learn more, please contact Stephanie at 720-974-3675 or

All inquiries are held in strict confidence. There is never an expectation or obligation to complete any gift.

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