Leave a Legacy
Pass on a Gift
Consider leaving a lasting legacy to Hilltop Community Resources, Inc. Hilltop owns and operates three Senior Living Communities and 21 community-based programs. While the three senior service communities are private pay, the remaining 21 programs are solely supported by the geneorsity of individual donors, businesses, and foundations.
Each of Hilltop's 21 publically funded programs exist to serve the underserved or not served individuals in Mesa, Delta, Montrose, and Ouray counties. By providing services ranging from prenatal care and domestic violence emergency shelter, to residential care for traumatically brain injured adults, Hilltop serves over 20,000 individuals each year.
“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.”
– Winston Churchill
Leave a Lasting Legacy
If Hilltop has provided you with a rich, loving community and a meaningful life experience, would you consider passing that gift on to another?
In the absence of a will, your property and finances are settled according to state laws whether or not they coincide with you or your family’s wishes. With a will, you can make a lasting difference in the lives that follow.
When you leave a gift to Hilltop in your will or estate plan, you leave a legacy; a legacy that continues to make a difference. Whether you would like to help a special needs child, a struggling young person, or a domestic violence victim we will be sure to honor your wishes. Consider supporting Hilltop with a planned gift.
For more information call Barbara Mahoney, Director of Development & Public Relations at 970-242-4400.
A gift doesn’t have to be large to make a big difference!
Frequently Asked Questions
“If I wish to leave a gift to a specific organization, do I need to express that in my will?” – Yes, to be certain the organization you select receives the gift, you do need to state your intentions in your will.
“Do I need to tell the organization I have left the gift in my will?” – This is entirely up to you. Organizations often like to know in advance to recognize your generosity, plan for the future, and make the most of your gift. They may also suggest specific giving opportunities.
“How do I leave a gift in memory of a person or for a specific purpose?” – This kind of memorial gift can be arranged in your will. A gift like this is a wonderful way to recognize someone who has made a difference in your life, or to honor a specific cause.
Since 1950 Hilltop Community Resources, Inc. has helped over 20,000 individuals each year in Mesa, Delta, Montrose, and Ouray counties create new futures for themselves.