Leave a Legacy

Impacting Students for Generations

By making a legacy gift to Potential Development, you are making a significant contribution to the future of our school, and our mission to provide a safe, structured education that empowers students with the skills to reach their fullest potential in life.

By deciding to leave our school a legacy gift, you are ensuring that children with autism will be able to receive the services they need – today and for generations to come!

Potential Development graduation ceremony- students wearing blue cap and gown, lined-up holding diplomas on stage

Make Potential Development a Part of your Legacy

Gifts in a Will or Bequest

Bequests are gifts are made as part of a will or trust.

Beneficiary Designations
(Involving All or Part of Life Insurance, IRA, etc.)

A direct contribution of retirement assets to a charitable organization as part of your estate planning strategy can be very tax efficient and can often mean more funds for the charity of your choice.

Using a Donor Advised Fund to Make a Charitable Bequest

If a donor-advised fund is funded through a charitable bequest at the time your will is executed, your taxable estate is reduced by the value of your gift in the same way as any other charitable gift.

For any planned gift or charitable designation, please seek the advice of your estate-planning attorney, financial planner, accountant or tax adviser.

Donate to Potential Development

If you have questions, or would like to setup a legacy gift, please contact Crissi Jenkins, Chief Growth Officer, at 330-746-7641 or via email at crissi@potentialdevelopment.org.