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Giving securities or mutual funds to Connecticut Children’s helps our health system and can have significant financial benefits to you. Please consult your financial advisor and Connecticut Children’s Foundation's gift administrator (860-837-5730) before initiating your gift.

Your gift of stock can be transferred to the account of Connecticut Children’s Foundation by providing the following transfer instructions to your broker. Stock gifts will be liquidated within 2 business days. Donors will be receipted for the value of the stock on the day it is sold.

  • For DTC Eligible Securities
    *When making a transfer please include the donor’s name.

    DTC Account Number #0955
    Reference: CT CHILDRENS MEDICAL CTR GIFT
    A/C #42161000068837, Connecticut Children’s Foundation, Inc.
    Attn: Janneth Achurary, (860) 244-4861

Transfer procedures and instructions for MUTUAL FUNDS differ from those for stock. If you would like to transfer Mutual Funds, please contact Greg Jordan immediately at 860-837-5730 or by gjordan [at] connecticutchildrens.org (email). Please note that additional time is required to transfer Mutual Funds.

Wire cash donations directly to Connecticut Children’s Foundation by providing the following instructions to your banker.

  • Wire Instructions For Transfer of Cash
    Account Number: 000008697140
    Routing Number: 026009593
    Bank Name: Bank of America
    Wire Account Name: Connecticut Children’s Foundation, Inc.
    Attn: Greg Jordan 860-837-5730
     
  • Foreign Wires
    Please contact Greg Jordan at 860-837-5730 or by email for details and instructions. Phone: 860-837-5730 Fax: 860-837-5740

IRA owners who are age 70-1/2 or more may be able to make a qualified charitable distribution (QCD) from an IRA to support Connecticut Children’s. Please contact Greg Jordan at 860-837-5730 or by email for details and instructions.

You should consult your attorney or qualified tax advisor regarding your tax deduction(s), capital gains, etc. This summarization should not be depended upon for other than broadly informational purposes. Specific questions should be referred to a qualified tax professional.

Giving appreciated stock to Connecticut Children’s just makes sense. I can help children and support a cause that means the world to me, and I avoid capital gains. It’s a win-win decision.

Gregory P., Donor, Connecticut Children's Foundation, Inc.

Cora's Story

Two-year-old Cora was born with a different sort of heart. It had only one big blood vessel coming out of it instead of the usual two arteries—one for the lungs and one for the body. This rare condition, called truncus arteriosus, upsets the body’s oxygen supply system and is fatal if untreated. Fortunately, the specialists at Connecticut Children’s Vincent J. Dowling Cardiovascular Care Center spotted it early. They were able to create a comprehensive plan to correct the problem. Cora went through two separate open-heart surgeries and two catheterization procedures to hold open an artery. And today, she is a lively two-year-old who loves music and who can look forward to a long, healthy life.

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Cora | All-Star Class of 2021