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Planned Giving

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There is no more thoughtful investment in Gateway Foundation’s long-term health than a planned gift. We invite you to learn more about making a planned gift to Gateway and methods that may offer significant financial and tax advantages. Please share what you learn here with your financial advisor.

The Richard B. Ogilvie Legacy Society was established in 1997, to recognize generous alumni/ae and their families, staff, and friends who have made provisions for Gateway Foundation in their estate plans. Such planned gifts impact not only current patients and the programs and facilities which serve them, but the ability for the organization to plan ahead for the future, honoring Gateway’s core values of adapting and evolving with integrity.

By including Gateway in your estate plans, you become a member of The Richard B. Ogilvy Legacy Society and have the gratifying knowledge that you are supporting the transformative, lifesaving work Gateway Foundation engages in with its patients each day.

While your planned gift has a significant impact to Gateway’s ability to plan for and maintain long-term financial strength and to meet challenges and opportunities in the future, our daily work and capital improvements to our residential facilities are supported by annual gifts we hope you will continue to consider each year.

Dr. Malisa Warmack “Baby” Janes
Gaylen Nevoy and Joanne Matthew Larson
Richard Buell Ogilvie and Dorothy Louise Shriver Ogilvie


Please contact Ave Costa, Director of Development, with any questions at 312-663-1130 ext. 5397.

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Please contact the Development Department at 312-663-1130 ext. 5397 with any donation questions.