Through effective gift planning many Jackson-Feild Homes’ donors are able to balance their personal estate goals with their charitable interests while realizing important tax benefits. A variety of plans and instruments are available ranging from a simple bequest to a more complex trust agreement.
Planned giving or estate planning are unique and suited to the individual needs and desires of the donors. No two estate plans or planned giving documents are alike. Each reflects to donors interests, desires, capabilities and priorities of the person for whom it is prepared. A good estate plan will result in the best management of your assets now and later, for your loved ones. It can include many aspects including retirement planning, life insurance, trust instruments, and others. In virtually every instance, an estate plan should include a will.
Donors who have chosen to include Jackson-Feild Homes in their estate plans can become recognized as a member of our 1855 Legacy Society. Not only does this society recognize the year Jackson-Feild was founded, but it also recognizes special donors who serve as an inspiration for others to follow their lead. We suggest you contact your financial advisor for specific ways that are specific to your circumstances.
Any gifts of stock may be transferred to our brokerage account:
There are many ways to donate to Jackson-Field Homes through estate planning. These include:
Jackson-Feild is happy to discuss what you need to do to help the children in our care.
When you make a gift to Jackson-Feild, you help transform young lives and support residential and community based treatment programs which help children and families achieve success in their lives. We are grateful that you are considering a gift to us.
If you have any questions or would like help deciding which charitable option best meets your planned giving needs,
At JFBHS, Hillary participated in psychoeducational groups—Positive Communication, Independent Living Skills and Anger Management, just to name a few. She completed her treatment and was successfully discharged in March 2020 to an independent living program in her home locality. She will receive community-based mental health and substance use treatment services
Our campus provided a safe and stable environment for Hillary to learn skills to assist with emotional regulation, anger management, substance use education, and relapse prevention skills.
At JFBHS, Holly received the support she needed including GED preparation, medication management, individual therapy, family therapy, life skills training, and intensive family therapy.
Our campus provided a safe and stable environment for Holly to learn skills to assist with emotional regulation, anger management, substance use education, and relapse prevention skills.
Jeff arrived at JFBHS with diagnoses of major depressive disorder, attention deficit hyperactivity, oppositional defiant disorder, and cannabis use disorder. He also was carrying a huge chip on his shoulder.
Thanks to a plan of care developed specifically for Jeff and his needs, Jeff began to show a different side of himself.