Over the past 6 years, Master’s Manna, Inc. has been able to meet the needs of thousands of individuals from our community because of the generosity of our investors and volunteers. As the number of families and individuals with unmet basic needs increase, so have the needs of Master’s Manna, Inc. to help those in our community who are experiencing difficult times, consider volunteering or investing in our programs.
Master’s Manna, Inc. is a tax-exempt 501(c)(3) organization and donations are tax-deductible. Investors receive an acknowledgement for their gift. Click Here to view our current, public financial statement.
Master’s Manna, Inc.
46 North Plains Industrial Road
Wallingford, CT 06492
By making a general contribution to Master’s Manna, Inc. you help to support and sustain our programs.
Unlike cash donations, planned gifts require some planning before they are made. A common type of planned gift is a charitable bequest through your will, yet there are other options for planned gifts that may better fit your needs. Planned gift arrangements, such as charitable gift annuities or remainder trusts, can provide you (and a second beneficiary, if you choose) with an income for life. This income can be outright or deferred. You retain full ownership and control of your assets during your lifetime, and the gift comes to Master’s Manna, Inc. upon your death. These gifts may be set up by financial institutions such as your bank, or through a local community foundation. Your benefits include a charitable contribution deduction on your taxes, and the removal of taxable assets from your estate. Donors should consult with their own tax or legal advisors prior to making a planned gift.*
Planned gifts help leave a permanent legacy from you to your community long after you are gone.
For more information on designating Master’s Manna, Inc. as the beneficiary of a planned gift, please contact Cheryl Trzcinski, C.E.O., at (203)678-3042.
*Neither the author, publisher, nor this organization is engaged in rendering legal or tax advisory services. For advice and assistance in specific cases, consult your attorney or tax advisor.
The simplest way to give in the future is through a bequest in your will. You retain full ownership and control of your assets during your lifetime, and the gift comes to Master’s Manna, Inc. upon your death. You also benefit from an estate tax deduction for the value of your gift. If you are interested in making a bequest to Master’s Manna, Inc., please provide your attorney with the following language:
“I give, devise and bequeath ___% (percentage) of the net value of my estate, or $____ (sum of money), or _______ (named property), or all the rest, residue and remainder of my estate to Master’s Manna, Inc., Inc., located in Wallingford, Connecticut.”
In Memoriam Gifts
Make a donation in memory of a deceased loved one or friend. Master’s Manna, Inc. will send a personalized card to the family of the deceased acknowledging your thoughtful gift.
In Honor Gifts
Make a donation in honor of a loved one’s birthday, anniversary, communion, confirmation, graduation, Mother’s Day or Father’s Day, retirement, or any number of other occasions. Honoring a person in this way shows you care both for the honoree, and about the persons whose lives your gift will touch. Please complete the following form and submit it. Master’s Manna, Inc. will send a personalized card to the honoree acknowledging your gift. Thank you in advance for your thoughtful gift.
Name, Title, Business, Address, City, State, Phone, Email, Gift Amount
Pay by Check (Y/N)
Listed as Anonymous Donor (Y/N)
This Gift is Made:
On the Occasion of:
Please send an appropriate acknowledgement card to the honoree or family of:
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Many companies support charitable organizations like Master’s Manna, Inc. through matching gift programs. This means they encourage employees to donate by matching their contributions dollar for dollar. Some even double or triple the amount of your gift. Each company has its own guidelines. The donor usually has to be employed full time, or be a retiree, but in some cases spouses’ gifts are eligible. Find out by contacting your company’s personnel or human resource office.