At Ronald McDonald House Charities Dayton, we provide strength and support to children and their families by keeping them together when they need it most. Planned gifts allow us to continue to provide community, comfort, and hope to families of ill or injured children for years to come.
Unlike cash donations, planned gifts are typically made from assets in your estate rather than from disposable income, and may come to fruition after your lifetime.
Anyone can make a difference in the lives of children by planning a gift.
We have partnered with the Dayton Foundation to make your planned giving experience easy and meaningful. The most common form of planned giving is a designation in a will or trust. Other options include Charitable Gift Annuities or confirming RMHC Dayton as a beneficiary in life insurance policies, IRAs, pension plans or retirement funds.
For more information, consult your financial advisor or email Amanda Burks, RMHC Dayton Development Director, at [email protected].
If you have already included Ronald McDonald House Charities Dayton in a bequest or other planned gift, we hope you will let us know so that we can express our deep gratitude and appreciation. It is not necessary to share the amount of your future gift, just verification of your plans.
Leave a Legacy of Hope
Leave a legacy by joining the Legacy of Hope Society. These thoughtful donors have made a commitment to include Ronald McDonald House Charities Dayton in their estate plans.
Members are recognized each year at our Annual Meeting, on our Donor Wall, and by a listing on our website. Those who wish to remain anonymous are welcome to do so.
Legacy of Hope Society Members
Amanda M. Burks
Chance Family Foundation Fund
The Church of the Covenants Fund
Helen Cruise Estate
Rita M. Cyr
Karen Dempsey Volke
Bob Eblin Estate
Alan & Mary Ann Herzog
John & Iris Juergens
William & Phyllis Kist Fund
Joan B. Kroc Estate
Tom & Barbara MacLeod
Marguerite Phillips Estate
Robert & Mary Reid Fund
Jim & Linda Roepken
Stephen A. Uhrig Estate
Woody & Bunny Woodall Fund