Legacy Gifts: Liz's Legacy
I have been a proud supporter of Inspirica for many years. . .
I watched and learned from my parents, Frank and Mary Ball of Stamford, CT, as they donated their time and treasure (whatever they could afford) to help those less fortunate than us. They involved my sisters and brothers in these activities whenever possible. We took in foster babies – I think 27 or 28 of them over several years. They also volunteered at the Stamford Hospital, Red Cross, and more.
And they donated to Inspirica because they saw the impact that was being made by dealing with the real issues of homelessness and not just providing a bed. My parents have passed on, but my sisters, brothers and their families and I continue the tradition of service to the community.
I have made Inspirica part of my estate planning through their Legacy Gift Program, to ensure that the work done at Inspirica is supported after I have passed away.
Some people find it difficult address ‘end of life’ decisions. For me, it was an important decision that I chose to make now and have shared that decision with Inspirica. Though I hope to live a long and happy life, I can rest easy knowing that whatever happens, I have made a commitment to the incredible work they do in our community that will live beyond me.