By formally naming the Foundation for Struggling Readers in your will, you can extend your contribution to the profession of teaching and continue to impact the lives of children for generations

You can create a legacy of literacy without opening your checkbook. By making a planned gift to Reading Recovery, you can ensure this transformative intervention continues. 

  • Making a gift in your will or living trust, known as a bequest, is a way to help Reading Recovery thrive for years to come.
    • If you have named the Foundation for Struggling Readers in your will or trust, please let us know so we can ensure your gift is used according to your wishes and ensure your gift is administrated properly.
  • Funding a trust that benefits the Foundation for Struggling Readers can benefit both Reading Recovery and your family or other beneficiaries.
  • Donating appreciated stocks or tangible personal property can not only reduce the taxes you would otherwise owe but can make a lasting impact.
  • Sharing a portion of your retirement with RRCNA may help you maximize the amount of money you have available in future years. 

 Reading Recovery couldn’t be offered where it is needed most without support from people like you. 

If you would like to discuss your specific situation, please contact us. We will work with you, your financial advisors, and your family to structure a plan that will accomplish your goals. Our goal is to empower you to make a lasting difference. 

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