The Huntington Society
Making an Annual Leadership Gift - Predictable Sustainable Support
The Huntington Society invites the involvement and generosity of donors to provide predictable sustainable support with multi-year (3+) financial commitments of $1,000 or more. Leadership donors have a significant impact on CFCS’ capacity to respond to the most pressing needs of future generations of children and families.
Originally founded by Harvard Square businessman James Huntington as the Avon Home, an orphanage for local children, Cambridge Family and Children’s Service has been meeting the critical need of children and families for over 140 years. Huntington’s strong commitment to his community coupled with his persuasive nature attracted other like-minded visionary supporters.
Society members are today’s visionaries – generous sustaining donors who support CFCS’ adaptive capacity for cutting edge programs and services.
Members of the Huntington Society will receive special recognition as well as an invitations to the Annual Leadership Luncheon and other VIP receptions. All Huntington Society donors will be prominently listed in the CFCS Annual Giving Report (with permission).
To receive the Leadership Giving brochure or additional information, please contact the Advancement office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617.876.4210.
The Legacy Society
Planning for the Future – Including CFCS in Your Will
You can join CFCS’ Legacy Society by making provisions to include CFCS in your will. Donors who make legacy gifts are ensuring that financial resources will continue to be available to help CFCS better meet the programmatic needs of our clients. Members of the Society will be recognized for their generous leadership gifts as well as their civic vision and dedication to improving the lives of others.
Upon notifying us that you have named CFCS in your will, you will receive special recognition as well as an invitation to the Annual Leadership Luncheon. All Legacy Society donors will be prominently listed in the CFCS Annual Giving Report (with permission).
Please notify our Advancement Office when you have included CFCS in your estate planning as we would like the opportunity to thank you for your generosity.
To receive the Legacy Society brochure or additional information, please contact the Advancement Office at email@example.com or 617.876.4210.
Open Your Home To A Child
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