Hart Society
The Hart Society, named for longtime Thresholds donor Florence Hart, is made up of generous donors who have designated a gift for Thresholds in their estate plan.

Why Planned Giving?
You have the opportunity to ensure future generations benefit from the life-saving services that Thresholds offers. Planned giving makes a difference, and ensures a lasting charitable legacy. There are also a number of financial benefits, including tax advantages and income supplement through annuities.

What Are My Options?
There are a number of options, including naming Thresholds:

  • beneficiary of a retirement account
  • beneficiary of a dollar amount or estate percentage
  • recipient of cash or stock
  • recipient of a charitable annuity trust
  • recipient of a charitable lead trust

Learn More

Establishing planned giving is easier than you might think. For more information about including Thresholds in your estate planning, please contact Dennis Hills-Cooper at 773-572-5205.

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