Our Kurtz Legacy Society honors those who have included a planned gift to the Clearfield County Charitable Foundation (CCCF) in their estate plan and have informed the Charitable Foundation of their commitment. The gift can create a new fund to benefit area non-profit organizations (one or more), or it can be added to an existing fund.
Such planned giving represents not only the generosity of the donor; by naming the Clearfield County Charitable Foundation in an estate plan, the donor is helping to ensure that the positive impact that such a gift will provide can extend into the future and benefit the Clearfield community for years to come. The CCCF can be named as the beneficiary, or another non-profit organization or fund through the CCCF can be designated.
The Kurtz Legacy Society members may designate the use of the distributions from their future gifts, or may leave the distributions to the discretion of the CCCF’s Grants Committee. A Kurtz Legacy Society gift may be used to establish a new Named Fund (if the size requirements are met) or may be added to any of the Charitable Foundation’s existing funds.
Bequests are the most common methods used to leave a gift to CCCF. However, donors may also make the Charitable Foundation the beneficiary of IRA/401K plans, insurance policies, establish a charitable trust in favor of the Charitable Foundation, and or use other methods. All can qualify a person or couple for membership in the Society.
Gifts supporting the Clearfield County Charitable Foundation will ensure our ability to create a better future for all of us.
Also see Key Points about the Kurtz Legacy Society