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The CPARC Foundation

CPARC Foundation helps you build a legacy to empower, inspire, and educate people with disabilities, now and for generations to come.

Trusted for more than 65 years, CPARC supports 1,700 people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Services include specialized community-based employment, adult day programs, and housing.

Although guaranteed the same rights and opportunities as everyone else, families and people with disabilities often need a voice to access the services they need to live, work, play – and thrive.

Your gift today will change the life of a person
with an intellectual and/or developmental disability.

 

Make a legacy gift

Including CPARC Foundation in your legacy planning can provide tax benefits to you and your loved ones, while helping us to work on behalf of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families.

A legacy gift allows you to give now or in the future through IRA gifts, bequests, trusts, and annuities. These giving options carry certain advantages based on your personal tax, financial, and planning needs. We will work with your professional advisor(s) to help you meet your goals. Contact Trisha today at (717) 249-2611 to get started.

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You can make a gift in your will or other estate plans. Such gifts are easy to establish and may reduce the estate taxes that may be levied against your property. This charitable deduction can greatly reduce the cost of making a bequest. Although legal consultation is always advisable before designing any type of will provision, your intention may be simply stated:

“I give and bequeath ____% percent ($___ amount) of my total estate, determined as of the date of my death, to The Arc of Cumberland & Perry Counties Foundation, a non-profit located in Carlisle, PA, for general use/purpose or specify a purpose/CPARC program: _________________.”

If the CPARC Foundation board of directors determine at any time that a bequest cannot be used as it was originally intended, they will apply the proceeds to a purpose that most closely resembles the donor’s intention. Providing such a provision in your will creates an unrestricted bequest, which assures that your gift, will be used where it is most needed.

The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such advice, please consult an attorney or tax advisor. Figures cited in examples are for hypothetical purposes only and are subject to change. References to estate and income taxes include federal taxes only. State income/estate taxes or state law may impact your results.

Foundation Board of DirectorsOfficers

Kathie Shafer

Kathie Shafer

President

Staci Sullivan

Staci Sullivan

Vice President

Beth Fine

Beth Fine

Secretary

Sue Shaffer

Sue Shaffer

Treasurer

Foundation Board of DirectorsBoard Members

Jory Glaser

Jory Glaser


Adam Britcher

Adam Britcher


Miguel Gonzalez

Miguel Gonzalez