Legacy Beacon Stories
Including the Foundation in your will or trust provides an opportunity to give a larger gift than you may be able to give out of your current assets. By leaving a gift to the Foundation, you can help fight blinding diseases today and in the future.
By leaving a lasting gift, you’re helping the Foundation while retaining the full use of your assets to provide for today’s needs.
Feb 21, 2020
“I decided to include the Foundation in my estate plans,” Anne explained, “so that if the time ever comes when my grandchildren, or anyone else’s, experience vision loss, the scientists will have figured out how to help them.”
Feb 21, 2020
“If someone like me, a woman with retinitis pigmentosa and a part-time job, can leave a legacy gift, you can too! And trust me, it feels really, really good to know that part of your life’s work will contribute to something meaningful for future generations.”
Apr 13, 2020
Sue Lives Life to the Fullest and Wants to Help Others Do the Same
Meet Sue Sanger. Sue was diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa (RP) at the age of 29 but has continued to travel, advance in her legal and political career, and more. In the following story, Sue explains, in her own words, all she has accomplished since learning she has RP and why she’s a supporter and member of the Foundation Fighting Blindness Legacy Society.
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John Corneille, J.D.
Director of Legacy Giving
+1 (952) 314-7578jcorneille[at]fightingblindness.org