Children grow. Students graduate, become adults, and enjoy the successes of a promising life thanks in part to the work that the New York State Network for Youth Success does every day to ensure that time spent in high-quality expanded learning programs is well spent. You can ensure the future success of our students by including the Network in your estate plans.
Gifts through your will: For many donors, making a gift through your estate is the preferred way to make a substantial contribution to the New York State Network for Youth Success. These types of gifts may reduce or eliminate estate taxes. Bequests may indicate a specific dollar amount, a specific piece of property, or a stated percentage of the estate.
Retirement plan assets or life insurance: With a few simple changes you can designate the New York State Network for Youth Success as a beneficiary to your 401(k), 403(b), IRA or Life Insurance policy.
Please contact your attorney or estate planning professional for assistance. You may also contact Kelly Sturgis, Executive Director, at 518-694-0660 or Kelly@NetworkForYouthSuccess.org
FOUNDATION AND CORPORATE
Just as the children we serve come in all shapes and sizes, our support comes from a wide variety of sources, both large and small.
The New York State Network for Youth Success is grateful to the many foundations and corporations who have supported our work, and we look forward to welcoming new partners. We invite you to visit our various pages to discover ways in which your organization can ensure the success of New York’s children and youth, both now and in the future.
Thank you for your interest and continued support.
The work of the Network is made possible through the generous contributions of its public and private supporters, which currently include:
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation
New York State Office of Children and Family Services
Rochester Area Community Foundation
Bender Family Foundation
New York State YMCA Foundation
Ellen Barrett Bevins Fund of the Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region