Legacy of YWCA: YWCA High Point has served our community since 1920 by focusing on programs that benefit youth development, increased independence and self-sufficiency and quality of life. By including YWCA in your personal legacy, know that your gift will allow us to continue to benefit the health and well-being of our community for the next 100 years.
HOW CAN YOU HAVE A LASTING IMPACT?
Include YWCA of High Point in your will. Your bequest will help ensure YWCA’s mission continues to be a driving force in improving the lives of women and children.
In 1955, Alice Caldwell of High Point left YWCA a bequest of $75,000. The money purchased the land where the current YWCA is located on Westwood Avenue and jumpstarted the capital campaign for the building. Her generous gift is a hallmark of the community spirit that has bolstered YWCA’s work for many years.
A charitable bequest is an excellent way to create a lasting memory and ensure the YWCA can continue its important work. Please remember YWCA in your will or living trust.
HOW CAN YOU GIVE?
There are many ways you can leave a legacy to sustain the mission of YWCA, while at the same time providing yourself and your family with significant tax benefits.
In addition to outright, tax-deductible cash gifts, there are other creative ways to give, including:
- Gifts of stock or other assets
- Bequest in your will or living trust
- Beneficiary designation on a life insurance policy, 401(k) plan or IRA
- Life income gift
- Charitable lead trusts
- Other opportunities that enable the organization to strengthen and improve its programs.
The YWCA has provided opportunities, programs, and support that is specific to my needs.
I’ve never been to an organization that is more accommodating and friendlier than the YWCA of High Point.
Good swimming, good fitness, good friends.
It’s convenient, has a great atmosphere, and a great selection of programs for the amount of pay.
The YWCA is that place that is like a third home to me. The people are super friendly, super welcoming, and super caring. That is what really makes the YWCA a place I love to be.
Everyone I’ve come in contact with at the YWCA is genuinely nice and helpful. They are attentive to my needs and I always feel comfortable at the YWCA.
Along with the calm and pleasant atmosphere, the YWCA’s fitness programs that are offered have improved my overall health.
I only have the highest things to say about the YWCA. The facilities and programs have met the specific needs of my wife and I and the people know us by name. Overall, it has been a great fit for us.
The YWCA is convenient for me and my schedule. They are always consistent in their programs and always hospitable.
I appreciate the reliability and availability of their programs and amenities.