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Ways to Give and Leave a Legacy

Ways to Give and Leave a Legacy

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Planned Giving - Have you considered a gift of lasting impact to Aldea? With a planned gift, you can combine your desire to give to charity with your overall financial, tax, and estate planning goals. Planned giving gives you a special connection with Aldea. In addition to the giving circles you can join, you will change the life of a child or family for now and for years to come. For more information on how to give, please contact 707-224-8266 and request the Development Department.


Giving Circles

Aldea Recognition Donor Circles

The Aldea Children & Family Donor Steward program works to enhance your relationship with Aldea and express our thanks in a variety of ways including public recognition and timely communications including impact reports and recognition letters.

The Allen Ewig Founders Circle

The Allen Ewig Founders Circle recognize those who include Aldea in their wills or other planned gifts. In addition to supporting Aldea, members enjoy advanced issues of the Annual Impact report, special reports highlighting the impact of your giving, and invitations to exclusive events and programs and included as special guests at events during the year.

The Betty O’Shaughnessy Donor Legacy Circle

The Betty O’Shaughnessy Legacy Circle honors Aldea’s most generous donors who have made significant contributions for the advancement of Aldea’s mission. Donors become Founders Circle members when they reach a level of $100,000 cumulative lifetime commitment to Aldea. Members are recognized as top donors to Aldea, listed in an annual printed list distributed to all members, and included as special guests at events during the year.

The Loyd and Pat Wolfe Donor Circle

The Loyd and Pat Wolfe Donor Circle recognizes donors who give $1,000 or more annually. In addition to supporting Aldea, members enjoy advanced issues of the Annual Impact report, special reports highlighting the impact of your giving, and invitations to exclusive events and programs. The circle is named for the late Loyd Wolfe who founded the juvenile justice network which after his death founded the Wolfe Center.

Aldea “little village” Donor Circle

The Courage Village Donor Circle recognizes continued support for Aldea for five or more consecutive years. Its namesake derives from Aldea’s Suicide Prevention and awareness campaign, educating the community and acknowledging it takes a village to create a community that works for everyone. As a part of the Courage Village Donor circle, members receive invitations to exclusive events and experiences.