Legacy Giving

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By making a legacy gift to AbilityPath, you will leave a lasting impact for future generations and create a sustainable future for people with developmental disabilities. It’s never too early to start your personal planning. No matter your age or financial situation, you can make a difference.

There are many options available when establishing your own unique legacy plan. From very simple arrangements – like a bequest or beneficiary designation on your life insurance policy – to more tailored options, legacy gifts can offer important estate, financial and personal advantages. Many gifts don’t even require a will or visit to a lawyer. You can create a plan today that will take care of both your loved ones and AbilityPath in the future.

As you make your long-term financial plans, we would be honored if you would consider AbilityPath as a philanthropic partner. Whatever your inspiration for giving, your legacy will be an enduring testament to your values and passions. You will help ensure that the high-quality programs AbilityPath offers today will be available for future generations.

Important Information

When you decide to include AbilityPath in your plans, please be sure to use our legal name and federal tax ID.

Legal Name: AbilityPath

Address: 350 Twin Dolphin Dr., Suite 123, Redwood City, CA 94065

Federal Tax ID Number: 94-1156502


If you include AbilityPath in your plans, please let us know. We will be able to thank you for your generosity and recognize you as a member of our Legacy Society. You can also remain anonymous if that is your preference. The Legacy Society is our way of acknowledging your commitment to the future – today.


Katie and Bryan Neider“For more than 15 years, we have seen firsthand the life-changing impact AbilityPath has on individuals with developmental disabilities. As AbilityPath celebrates its 100-year anniversary, we want to leave a legacy that helps create a world of full inclusion for those of all abilities long into the future.

In this next chapter of our life, we fully embrace being a lifelong friend to an organization that is near and dear to our hearts. We realize how our lives can be enriched by giving to those in need and are blessed to be able to give back.”

– Katie and Bryan Neider



Betsy and Larry Grotte“We are proud, devoted parents to our son Peter, who developed numerous disabilities after contracting life-threatening bacterial meningitis as an infant. We were introduced to AbilityPath when Peter needed early intervention services to address his developmental delays.

We are now committed to giving back so other families can benefit as we did. When we updated our family trust we decided to make a legacy gift by naming AbilityPath as a beneficiary of our estate. While learning to take care of our family’s future, we discovered we could also support others by including AbilityPath in our plans.”

– Betsy and Larry Grotte

Legacy Society

We are grateful to the members of our community who have chosen to name AbilityPath in their estate plans. As we celebrate our 100-year anniversary, the support of Legacy Society members will allow us to continue providing services today and into the future.

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Brian Beckwith
Martin M. Berndt
Carolyn and Richard Brennan
Patricia J. Campbell
Estate of Maria Carter
Mary D. Chigos
Linda and Ray Chin
Elaine and George Cohen
Mary and Emilio Colombo
Mike and Beth Connor
Eleanor B. Crippen
Marla J. de Broekert
Carrie Drake
The Philip Egan Living Trust
Ellen and Tom Ehrlich
Linda and John L. Elman, J.D., CLU
Shannon and Jeff Fallick
Heidi M. Feldman
Jerianne Foley
Sharon and Joel Friedman
Karen Gaydon and Geoff Badger
Walter Howard Girdlestone
Mary and David Goodman
George Greene
Larry and Betsy Grotte
Geri Hadley and Ron Cote
Susan and Harry Hartzell
Ruthann and Robert Herendeen
Frank Hunt
Pat Irish
Laurie and Jim Jarrett
Trish and Tim Jemison
John and Alice Kataoka Trust
Suzanne Keith
Estate of Raymond and Dorothy Kelley
Estate of Marie Kieraldo
Kathleen P. Kilcare Trust
Victoria and Paul Kojola
Wendy Kuehnl and Porfirio Ortiz
Mary F. Kutz Trust
Ginny Langmuir

Chris and Dan Logan
Terry Lucido
Jane Mallen
Juanita Mast
Agnes Michaels Trust
Sue Monjauze
Karen Moore and Peter Watkins
Tami and Timothy Mulcahy
Katie and Bryan Neider
Donald Ostrus, D.D.S.
Beverly D. Pabst
David Parry
Jane Paulson
Nancy and Steve Player
Mieko and Nick Poppin
Richard Pospisil
Ann Poulson
Gina and Michael Rayfield
Barbara and Paul Regan
Judith and David Richardson
Carolyn Caddes and Robin Robinson
Bud Rubin
Katherine Allen Sharp
The Robert R. Snell Trust
Estate of Lynda J. Steele
Maddy and Isaac Stein
Heloise and Howard Stewart
Freddie and Arthur Stromberg
Kent Taylor
Jacqueline S. Thielen Living Trust
Martha W. Thompson Estate
Sandra Ann Tilch
Daren and Mitch Tuchman
Ellen and Mike Turbow
Beth and Kurt von Emster
Karen Moore and Peter Watkins
John F. Weigan, MD
Mary Ellen White-Vondran
Mary S. Wilhelmson
Louisa Williams
Betty Wright Trust
Christine Wyborn
Sheryl Young

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