There's no one else who does what Hadley does, and it is important to me to keep it going.
— Sue, donor
The Hadley School participates in the Combined Federal Campaign through the Aging and Disabilities Charities of America. Our CFC Charity Code is 30755.
Through a planned gift to the Hadley School, you can help sustain our mission to promote independent living through lifelong, distance education programs for individuals who are blind or visually impaired, their families and blindness professionals. A planned gift to Hadley, such as a charitable gift annuity, can also provide lifetime benefits important to your financial future.
By including Hadley in your estate plans you are eligible to become a member of The Clarence Boyd Jones Society. Members receive an invitation to an annual event, recognition in the annual report, complimentary private tours of Hadley and a special gift. The Society is Hadley's way of recognizing the thoughtful and important decision you have made.
There are a variety of charitable giving vehicles through which you can leave a legacy for Hadley:
To include Hadley in your will or other estate plans:
We encourage you to contact your financial advisor and/or attorney for recommendations for your particular situation. We then invite you to contact us to learn about how you can make a planned gift and provide the support our students across the globe need to be successful. For more information, please contact Shari Burton, Senior Development Officer at 800-323-4238, ext. 2765. Your inquiry will be kept in the strictest of confidence.
Thank you for your support.
Why Planned Giving is a Win-Win
Having spent 40 years at Northern Trust, Ray George is no stranger to smart investing. And for him, giving to The Hadley School for the Blind is a wise investment.
Why Give to Hadley?
"To ensure that the school's courses remain tuition-free for people who are blind or visually impaired and their families. Fundraising is the school's number one source of revenue; giving to Hadley means ensuring its future. --Ray George