SPECIAL THANKS TO THE FOLLOWING "ANGEL-LEVEL" DONORSMarvin Lipshonsky, Dolores Lipshonsky, The Baschkopf Family Fund in Conjunction with UJA, Isidore L. Klein, The Ruth Hoffman Charitable Remainder Trust, The Herbert Hoffman Trust, The Annie L. Hankins Trust, The Estate of Lillian Berinstein, I. Ryabczak, The Estate of Rosaria N. Tomasetta, and The United Way.
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Planning Your Support of AMHF
There are several effective ways to support the American Mental Health Foundation though a Legacy Bequest. To learn more about the many ways to support the work of AMHF, please explore the links below and then call us at (212) 737-9027.
Bequest in Your Will
The way most people include AMHF in their estate plans.
Easy to do—Revocable if circumstances change.
Charitable Remainder Trusts
A way to provide income for yourself or a loved one and a future gift for AMHF.
Charitable Lead Trusts
Make your assets work overtime; first for AMHF, then for your family.
Retained Life Estate
Donate your home to AMHF, but do not move out.
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Office of Legacy and Planned Giving
American Mental Health Foundation Inc
Riverdale, NY 10471-0003
Telephone and Fax (212) 737-9027
elomke [at] americanmentalhealthfoundation [dot] org
We will work with you and your financial advisers to help you plan a gift to AMHF that meets our research as well as your needs and expectations.
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The American Mental Health Foundation
Measuring Effectiveness Policy
WHEREAS, The American Mental Health Foundation board of directors seeks to establish a policy on effectiveness assessment to help ensure that the organization has defined, measurable goals in place and objectives in place to evaluate the successes and impact of its program in fulfilling these goals and objectives,
IT IS THEREFORE RESOLVED THAT the board of directors adopts the following policy:
(1) At least once every two years, The American Mental Health Foundation will review its goals and objectives toward achieving its mission and will complete a performance-and-effectiveness assessment of its programs based on that review
(2) This first such assessment will be in 2012 and will be conducted under the authority of the board. It will be examined by the accountant firm conducting the audit for that year
(3) The American Mental Health Foundation will receive a written report of this assessment
(a) Describing the activities that the American Mental Heath Foundation undertook in the prior two years to achieve its goals and objectives
(b) Identifying the measures used to assess the American Mental Health Foundation effectiveness in achieving its goals and objectives
(c) Analyzing the effectiveness of the American Mental Health Foundation programs in achieving the American Mental Health Foundation goals and objectives
(d) Recommending future actions the American Mental Health Foundation might take to increase effectiveness based on the findings.
(4) At the conclusion of this process, the American Mental Health Foundation will revise the goals and objectives for the American Mental Health Foundation, as needed, for the upcoming term and will suggest means of measuring them.
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