Planned giving creates tax benefits for both our donors while supporting the Connecticut Food Bank’s hunger relief mission.

You may wish to make a gift through your will or trust, use different types of assets or create a gift which pays you income back. Each of these options may be considered legacy or planned gifts.

Determining what gift is right for you is just as important as making the gift. The correct plan for you balances what you wish to accomplish for yourself, your family, and your charitable interests in your overall estate and financial plans.

Types of Planned Gifts

Bequests

A bequest in your will naming Connecticut Food Bank as a beneficiary is an easy way to support our future hunger relief efforts. A bequest can be a gift of cash, securities or other specified asset. View our sample bequest language.

Retirement Accounts or Life Insurance

Naming the Connecticut Food Bank as a beneficiary of life insurance or a 401(K), 403(B), pension, IRA or other retirement account is a simple way to provide a steady source of nutritious food for families in need; this is a step that even someone in their 20s can do!

If you would like more information about the Connecticut Food Bank Legacy Circle or if you have named the Connecticut Food Bank in your estate plans, please contact Chief Development Officer Mary Kate Carofano at (203) 469-5000 or send her an email.