Options Unlimited, Inc.
Supporting adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities to lead independent, productive, and happy lives.
Ways of Giving
Options Unlimited, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) organization and donations are tax-deductible.
There are many ways to support Options Unlimited – now and in the future. For more information about any of these options, please contact Lynn Cinciva at (860) 243-3260 ext.101 or email@example.com .
Planned giving is a wonderful way to combine your desire for charitable giving with your estate and financial planning goals. When you make a planned gift to Options Unlimited, you leave a powerful legacy of caring that is positively life changing.
Planned giving instruments include gifts from a variety of sources: a will, a living trust, a charitable gift annuity, charitable life income trust, retirement plan, life insurance and/or real estate. The size and nature of your gift will depend on your financial and philanthropic goals. Options Unlimited offers planned giving arrangements for supporters at all income levels. Your gift can be anything from an outright bequest in your will to more sophisticated arrangements that can offer income opportunities and tax benefits.
You can create an endowment with Options Unlimited as the beneficiary. An endowment is a fund that is established for a specific, defined purpose. In an endowment fund the principal is invested, and only a portion of the earnings is spent. Any expenditures must go to fund the goals of the endowment. The rest of the earnings are directed back into the fund so that the endowment grows over time.
Event and Program Sponsorships
Are you looking for a way to help people in need, and enhance your company’s reputation for caring? Sponsoring or underwriting an Options Unlimited community event or program can give you the positive visibility you desire.
Gifts of Stock, Real Estate and Property
Many donors prefer to make gifts of stocks, bonds, real estate and other property. Such gifts may offer tax advantages. Please consult with your financial advisor or lawyer about making such a gift.