Horace Mann Promise Society
Promise is a declaration of what will be done in the future.
Horace Mann was a revolutionary thinker, politician and an advocate for quality education for all — including people with Autism and other developmental disabilities. Months before he died, Horace Mann implored the people of Massachusetts to “be ashamed to die until you have won some victory for humanity.”
HMEA has furthered Horace Mann’s vision throughout central Massachusetts by offering hope, help and a bright future for those in greatest need of services, treatments and supports. We claim victory when a person with Autism or a developmental disability reaches his or her full potential and lives as independently as possible.
Your legacy becomes a promise to make a difference.
The Horace Mann Promise Society honors the donors who include HMEA into their estate plans. Donors of all walks of life at all income levels can promise that HMEA’s vital services and supports continue for decades to come.
As a member of the Horace Mann Promise Society, you’ll make a significant difference to the infants, children and adults that HMEA serves, supports and guides every day. Your support ensures that people with Autism and other development disabilities receive the very best treatments, and their families receive the support they need in perpetuity.
It’s easy to join the Horace Mann Promise Society! To discuss how you can leave a bequest through your will, or name HMEA as a beneficiary on your insurance policy, bank accounts, or Special Needs Trust, please contact: Doug MacPherson, Vice President of Development, 508-298-1105, email@example.com.