by Harry Hobson
We are very happy to announce our new legacy society at Plymouth Harbor, The MacNeil Society. The MacNeil Society recognizes people who have thoughtfully included a gift to The Plymouth Harbor Foundation in their estate through a bequest, gift annuity agreement, trust arrangements, life insurance, or retirement plan. When you name The Plymouth Harbor Foundation in your estate plans you have, in essence, declared to your family and friends that you truly believe in Plymouth Harbor’s mission and commit to the vision for its future.
It is only fitting that this esteemed legacy be named for the person in our history whose vision and persistence was his lasting statement of faith in Plymouth Harbor, The Reverend Dr. John Whitney MacNeil. Through the astute vision of Dr. MacNeil, Plymouth Harbor was founded in 1966. From the first organizational meeting in 1961 to welcoming the first resident in 1966, Dr. MacNeil was committed
committed to establishing a retirement community in Sarasota. Today, our campus is filled with vibrant, active residents to whom we have promised to provide care as long as they are with us.
Membership in The MacNeil Society
When you make a gift in any amount to The Plymouth Harbor Foundation from your will, trust, retirement plan, or other estate plan, you become a member of The MacNeil Society.
We ask that you inform us of your plans and complete a Declaration of Gift Intent, which is available through the Foundation Office. The Plymouth Harbor Foundation records your membership into The MacNeil Society, which means you will be recognized in the Honor Roll of Generosity as part of an exclusive group of people who share Dr. MacNeil’s commitment to Plymouth Harbor’s mission and vision.
If you would like more information about membership in The MacNeil Society, and the many ways you can make a planned gift benefitting the mission of Plymouth Harbor, contact Becky Pazkowski at The Plymouth Harbor Foundation at 941.361.7398 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“What we do for ourselves dies with us.
What we do for others and the world remains and is immortal.”
– Albert Pike