Legacy Giving

The Camino Health Center Legacy Society

We are pleased to announce Camino Health Center’s Legacy Society. Legacy Society Members are donors like you. Donors that believe in Camino and share in the desire to bring equity in access to health for the most vulnerable members of south Orange County. Leaving a Legacy Gift is an opportunity to communicate your values and ensure that Camino will continue our mission to provide quality, affordable primary health care to the most vulnerable members of south Orange County.

Have you already included Camino Health Center in your Planned Giving? Notifying us is the best way to guarantee that we receive the gift and that your intentions for the gift are honored.

Click here to see our Letter of Intent (LOI) for Camino Health Center. Completing this Letter of Intent, you are letting us know that you have included Camino Health Center in your estate planning. If you have any questions, please reach out to Development Director Hilary Zappin, at [email protected] or (949) 240-2030 x186.

Introducing The Legacy Society Chair – Linda Berkshire

“For Rice and I, to leave a legacy gift is to reveal our hearts, for our legacy is a final statement of who we are, what we value, and those that we care about. Legacy gifts are planned gifts you make to impact what is most meaningful to you. They create the extraordinary opportunity to sustain Camino Health Center for generations to come.”

– Linda Berkshire



Why Make A Planned Gift?

A Planned Gift helps guarantee the presence of Camino Health Center and its services far into the future. Becoming a member of our Legacy Society ensures that the issues you care about and the values you cherish will be long remembered.

What Types Of Gifts Can I Give?

A Planned Gift is a contribution that you agree to make at a future time to benefit Camino Health Center. They can include:

The content found on this site is general in nature and intended to be used for informational purposes only. The content on this page shouldn’t be relied upon as legal or accounting advice. It is recommended that you consult a qualified professional in order to determine how including Camino Health Center in your estate planning affects your finances.