Support Special Olympics with a Planned Gift

Planned GivingMaking a planned gift to Special Olympics Kentucky is a simple, effective way to carry on your legacy of loyal and generous support of our efforts to provide the best possible sports training and competitions for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.  In Kentucky, we have a strong commitment to reach more people with intellectual disabilities and provide them with more opportunities for personal growth and leadership to improve quality of life.  Special Olympics changes the lives of everyone associated with the movement by allowing the human spirit to be inspired.  As a donor, you help make that happen!

Planned Giving enables a donor to arrange charitable contributions in ways to maximize his or her personal objectives while minimizing after-tax cost.  Planned Gifts include gifts through your will, charitable gift annuities, gifts of life insurance, pooled income funds and charitable trusts.

    • Bequests – You can make a charitable gift by naming Special Olympics Kentucky as a beneficiary in your will.
    • Life Insurance – If you no longer need your life insurance that was purchased years ago to provide for children or other family members, you can donate the policy to Special Olympics Kentucky.
    • Charitable Lead Trust – Individuals with very large estates can use a charitable lead trust to benefit Special Olympics Kentucky and pass principal to family members with little or no tax penalty.
    • Retirement Plans – Your IRA assets will be transferred to a charitable remainder trust, the trust will provide life income to the beneficiary and then an eventual gift to Special Olympics Kentucky.

Designate Gifts To:
Special Olympics Kentucky
105 Lakeview Court
Frankfort, KY  40601
Tax ID: 61-0954571

Special Olympics Kentucky is prepared to help you leave a legacy for both your heirs and Special Olympics Kentucky athletes.  Through our planned giving partnership, we can arrange free estate planning meetings for you with a representative of Ashley/Rountree to help ensure that you make the most of what you worked so hard to build.  For more information or to schedule a meeting, contact Trish Mazzoni, Special Olympics Kentucky President/CEO at 502-695-8222 or

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