To Financially Support the Children’s Treatment Centre of Chatham-Kent, please consider:
Throughout the year, the CTC Foundation will call on our community to support a specific campaign that will help fund a special group of services for our children. Recent campaigns have resulted in a new adapted therapy playground. Please support these special campaigns when you can.
Companies, service clubs and other organizations often wish to link their support of the CTC-CK to a specific program or activity undertaken by their staff for the children. Program sponsorships can be tailored to meet your organization’s marketing or community relations objectives.
There are many ways to leave a lasting, meaningful gesture of support for Chatham-Kent children. Please contact the CTC Foundation Executive Director to discuss how you can leave a:
- Memorial Gift
- Appreciated Securities
- Life Insurance
Endowments are often referred to as “everlasting gifts” and are an especially rewarding way of giving. Only the income from the endowment can be spent on an annual basis with the principal invested to both provide current income and growth over time. The investment return is used to support and sustain the work of the CTC-CK while the appreciation or growth is left with the principal. Over time, the investment’s performance would be able to provide annual income that exceeds the amount of the donor’s original gift.
We recommend you engage your financial and/or legal advisor to help create your endowment with the Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent. We can help explain how endowment funds are invested, managed and used.
Children’s Chrysalis Fund
The Children’s Treatment Centre Foundation of Chatham-Kent has established the “Children’s Chrysalis Fund”. As the Children’s Chrysalis Fund grows over time, the interest accumulated will help offset some of these shortfalls and stabilize the Centre’s staff and programming requirements. Ultimately, through the generous support of benefactors in the community, the fund will sustain the kind of enhanced programming requested by the families and needed by the children.