Legacy Society


Leave your Legacy with BIAC

Donors who give to the Brain Injury Alliance of Connecticut (BIAC) are the true lifeblood of our organization. With so many ways to give, an often overlooked avenue is planned giving. Planning today will ensure that your generosity continues beyond your lifetime, and by naming BIAC as a beneficiary in your will or estate plan, your will join our elite Legacy Society.

Legacy Society members have named BIAC as the recipient of a planned gift. Such contributions can include a bequest and/or charitable income gifts, annuities, charitable remainder unitrusts, charitable remainder annuity trusts, or gifts of life insurance. Many of our members simply designate a percentage of their estate as a direct donation to BIAC.

As a member of BIAC’s Legacy Society, it is important to us to significantly recognize your contribution and generosity to our organization. To begin the process please contact your attorney or estate planner and notify them of your plans to designate BIAC in your will. It is then important for you to contact BIAC and let us know of your plans. Please contact John at jhampton@biact.org or 860-219-0291 x303.

Your Benefits as a Legacy Society member

Although you will be recognized in our donor publications, no funds are expected at the time of registration. Legacy Society members are ambassadors on behalf of BIAC, and respected members of our organization.

Benefits of BIAC Legacy Society include annual luncheons, invitations to special events, and subscriptions to our magazines and e-newsletter, BIAC BUZZ.