CCT Announces 2011 Charitable Fund Award

May 4, 2011 at 8:11 pm 2 comments

CCT logoThe Charitable Fund Award provides Virginia residents who have a developmental disability or are disabled due to an accident* with a maximum award of $250 to be used for equipment, medication or services. 

Download 2011 Charitable Fund Award Application 

Applications are due by August 1, 2011. 

We would like to ask for you help in disseminating the application to your chapters, partners and professional network.  If you have a list-serve, blog or newsletter, please consider publicizing the CCT Charitable Fund Award. 

For questions, contact 

* The applicant must meet the Social Security Administration definition of disabled and the federal poverty guidelines.

Commonwealth Community Trust (CCT) is a national nonprofit organization that adminsters third party and self-funded Special Needs Trusts for people with disabilities. 
As Special Needs Trust provides peace of mind for the grantor or the beneficiary themselves in knowing that the financial management of an inheritance or personal injury settlement will be managed by a trustee for the sole benefit of the beneficiary.  A Special Needs Trust also protects the beneficiary’s SSI and Medicaid. 
CCT serves 785 clients with $22.5 million in funded trusts.    

Visit Commonwealth Community Trust 

for additional information about the importance of establishing a Special Needs Trust.

Credit to CCT


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2 Comments Add your own

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