Historical Pic of nursesIn 1889, Colorado VNA hired its first nurse, Hattie Cory, and paid her $50 per month for her expertise. In her honor, Colorado Visiting Nurse Association launched the Hattie Cory Legacy Society in 2014. Members of this important group have generously named Colorado VNA as a beneficiary of their estate to demonstrate a lasting show of support for the health and wellness services that the organization provides. Unrestricted planned gifts provide the greatest flexibility, allowing Colorado VNA to apply funds towards priority needs at the time the gift is received. Colorado VNA does have an endowment and gladly welcomes gifts to help it grow. If you have in mind a specific program or service you would like to support, we encourage you or your professional advisor to discuss specific restrictions with our staff to ensure your intentions can be fulfilled and will match Colorado VNA’s long-term objectives.

Should you choose to include Colorado VNA in your estate plans, we would be honored to know of your intentions and have you as a member of our Legacy Society. You will receive invitations to special events hosted by VNA. With your permission, you will also be listed as a Legacy Society member in Colorado VNA publications. Please take a moment to fill out the enrollment form below.

Those who provide for Colorado VNA through a planned gift, such as a bequest or beneficiary
designation, become members of the Hattie Cory Legacy Society.

May we list you as a Society member in our publications (e.g., website, annual report, newsletters, etc.)? Only your name(s) will be listed; no other information will appear.



Would you like to list your gift in honor or memory of anyone?

Yes, please write a short phrase we can use, for example "In memory of my parents, John and Jane Doe."

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