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Endowments

An endowment is an invested pool of money that provides a reliable source of income in perpetuity. Easterseals can count on annual distributions, typically 4% of the principal, to sustain and grow services for our community. You can establish an endowment with an minimum initial pledge of $50,000 and continue to add to it over time. Other supporters can add to the fund as well.

Creating an endowment is a meaningful way to honor a loved one and provide an ongoing source of support to help people with disabilities or special needs gain greater independence.

Our named endowment funds, listed below, provide crucial funding enabling Easterseals New Hampshire to deliver services for those in need throughout the state.

If you are considering establishing an endowment for a program that’s important to you, please contact Courtney Smith, Senior VP of Major gifts and Planned Giving, at 603-621-3456 or casmith@eastersealsnh.org.

If you would like to contribute to one of these established funds, you may do so by clicking on the related links below.

David P. and Dorothy M. Goodwin Fund

Doug Gordon Memorial Scholarship Fund

Ted Krol We are Here to Serve Fund

Litterst Family Fund

Marine Cpl Michael W. Ouellette Fund

The Renee and Dan Plummer Endowment Fund

Margaret E. and Christine M. Sweeney Scholarship

Barbara M. and Raymond F. Truncellito Endowment Fund

L'Dor V'Dor Family Fund

Larry J. Gammon Endowment Fund

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