Join the Cornerstone Legacy Society

Your decisions today make a lasting impact tomorrow.

When you promise a gift to Families in Transition, you join other future-minded donors and become a member of the Cornerstone Legacy Society.  

 As a member, you join a group of people who, together, ensure resources are available to continue the critical work of providing food, shelter, housing, and support services to community members in need.  

Future Gifts

Turn your passion into a promise. 

Designate and Donate

In addition to family members, many donors like to name Families in Transition and other organizations as designated beneficiaries for donor-advised funds, retirement plans, checking and savings accounts, and life insurance policies. These are gifts anyone can make. 

Many people like this option because it is simple to do and costs nothing now. No gift is too small. 

Our EIN number is 02-0475414

Questions? Contact Doreen Baker at 603-606-8404 or [email protected] 

Remember Charity in Your Will or Trust

Many future-thinking people like you choose to include charity in their will or trust to ensure high-impact organizations like Families in Transition can continue to serve the most vulnerable in our community for generations to come. 

After providing for your family, you can continue your legacy of caring by making a gift that will change lives for generations to come.

It’s a popular way to give, and no gift is too small. 

Questions? Contact Doreen Baker at 603-606-8404 or [email protected] 

You’ve lived your life with purpose, cared for others, and made a difference. Now, you can leave a legacy of hope and caring for those struggling to meet their basic needs. 

Start the conversation by contacting Doreen Baker at 603-606-8404 or [email protected] 

Thank you for your generosity!

For any gift – please see our Tax ID and legal mailing address below.

Tax ID #: 02-0475414
Legal Address: 122 Market Street, Manchester, NH 03101

The gift planning information on this site is intended as general. It is not to be considered tax, legal, or financial advice.
We encourage you to consult with a trusted financial advisor before making your decisions.