SourcePoint’s vision is of a community where every person 55 and older is empowered to live life to the fullest. You can help secure this vision for our community’s future with a legacy gift to SourcePoint.
What is legacy giving?
A legacy gift may be made by naming SourcePoint as a beneficiary of a planned gift through a will, estate plan, or insurance policy. A planned gift is a contribution arranged in the present and allocated for a future date. Commonly donated through a will or trust, planned gifts are most often granted once the donor has passed away.
The Cheshire Society
The Cheshire Society recognizes individuals who have declared in writing their intent to make a planned gift to SourcePoint, as well as those from whom we have received a planned gift.
To honor and recognize donors for their continued support of SourcePoint’s mission and vision, the organization offers membership to four different giving societies as your cumulative gifts reach certain levels.
The William S. Coulter Society: $2,500
The William S. Coulter Society is named in tribute to the founding editor of My Communicator, SourcePoint’s newspaper, which debuted in 1993 and remains our most popular publication.
The Luella Yarnell Society: $5,000
The Luella Yarnell Society is named for the beloved Orange Township resident who served as a founding director and our second board president. Luella was a dedicated volunteer and leader of our organization for nearly 25 years.
The Arthur S. Flemming Society: $10,000
The Arthur S. Flemming Society is named in honor of the former Ohio Wesleyan University president who was a tireless advocate for older adults, served as U.S. Commissioner on Aging, and was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1994.
The Robert Horrocks Society: $25,000
The Robert Horrocks Society is named for the organization’s founding executive director. Horrocks helped create the nonprofit in 1992 and, in doing so, established the county’s first coordinated system of care. What began as a one-person operation grew to a current staff of nearly 100 employees and 900 volunteers. Horrocks announced his retirement in 2019, after 27 years leading the nonprofit organization.
As the older population continues to grow in Delaware County, we rely on donations to bolster our funding. Annual gifts provide a vital source of revenue and support important programs, such as in-home care services.
Annual Giving Clubs
Annual giving clubs recognize individuals for their contributions made to SourcePoint during a single calendar year:
The Founders Club: $240
The Founders Club is tied to our organization’s founding year—1992. A monthly gift of $19.92 or an annual gift of $240 or more qualifies you for this recognition.
The Directors Club: $1,000
The Directors Club honors donors whose annual gift totals $1,000 or more.
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I can really tell when I have not been here for art. The experience, the people, fellow classmates, and teachers. My spirit is lifted by all these things and I feel alive.
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