Leave A LegacyPlanned Giving
Leave A Legacy
Planned giving is seen as the highest level of support for an organization’s mission because it secures the organization’s vitality and future. With the help of legacy supporters, Counseling & Recovery Services provides care transforming the lives of adults, children and families in need today and in the future. You can make a difference in this agency, the community, and families, including yours, for generations to come through a planned gift.
Counseling & Recovery Services has a professional planned giving office available to you, your family and your financial advisors to help create a plan that meets your financial and charitable goals while caring for your loved ones and those who are closest to you.
To learn more about our complimentary planned giving services and how you can leave a legacy through Counseling and Recovery Services of Oklahoma, contact:
Executive Director Bryan K. Blankenship, PhD
Development Director Lindsay DeWeese
firstname.lastname@example.org or 918.392.5809
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