Dear Friend of Tomorrow's Hope,
As a Vice Chairman of Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation and a dedicated supporter of our mission, I have often wondered how Tomorrow’s Hope will sustain its important responsibility into the future. One way to ensure sustainability is to create an income stream that will endure well into the future and that is what a planned gift can help accomplish. Over ten years ago, Maureen and I decided to provide for Tomorrow’s Hope in our estate plans to help ensure the excellence, affordability, and continuance of Catholic grammar schools on Long Island for all who seek it.
Tomorrow’s Hope is the 501(c)(3) organization on Long Island that has, over the last eighteen years, provided over $32 million in tuition assistance to students in underserved communities seeking a quality, faith-based education in one of the 35 Catholic schools located in Nassau and Suffolk counties. As byproducts of Catholic education through college and the parents of a daughter who also attended Catholic schools through college, we know firsthand the merits of a Catholic education. If not for the strong sense of values, academic rigor, and commitment to community that we learned through the years, we might not be in a position today to help others in need.
A strong and enlightened world is built on the foundation of quality education. I firmly believe that the success of our society lies with the young minds we educate today. Ensuring that no child is denied the opportunity for a quality education due to financial constraints continues to be our guiding principle.
Recently, the Foundation established The Legacy of Hope Society to help educate donors and prospects on the various ways in which planned giving can help sustain Tomorrow’s Hope's vital mission well into the future. By considering a legacy or planned gift you not only support the continued growth and vitality of Tomorrow’s Hope but also fulfill your own financial/eleemosynary objectives. Well-established charities like the American Cancer Society, colleges, and universities have long used this vehicle to sustain their respective missions.
I invite you to consider partnering with me and Tomorrow’s Hope in this endeavor. I hope that my commitment can inspire you and others to join the Tomorrow’s Hope Legacy of Hope Society and help provide the gift of a Catholic education for generations to come.
Click here to view the brochure with additional information which includes a response card. For more information, please contact Allison Strack at 516-745-7635 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us online at https://www.tomorrowshopefoundation.org/planned-giving.
Frank P. Liantonio