to talk about legacies is to address a delicate and profound topic that touches a very intimate sphere. It often arouses unease, but it should not because a bequest speaks of life and the future; it tells a story of generosity to others.
A bequest represents a person’s sensitivity, what he or she firmly believed in and his or her desire to continue to be there.
So here is my invitation: get involved with the story of Lacor Hospital and the dream of my parents who founded it: to ensure the best possible care for the greatest number of people at the lowest cost.
It is the legacy they left to me and in which I want you to play a role as well.
Each bequest to the Corti Foundation is a precious seed that makes it possible to welcome to Lacor so many people who otherwise could not be treated. A seed that flourishes guaranteeing health and a future.
This is what happens every day at Lacor. More than 200,000 people are treated each year, mostly women and children. For us, this is a dream that has become a reality with the contribution of so many.
It is a life project that goes beyond life.”
Dominique Atim Corti
President, Fondazione Piero e Lucille Corti
A bequest is the assignment to a person or entity of a portion of your estate by a written act of last will.
A bequest can be arranged through a will on the disposable part of the estate, that is, on that portion of the estate that the law allows to be allocated freely.
Under no circumstances can the bequest affect the inheritance rights of your loved ones, which remain protected by law.
There are two ways in which you can dispose of it:
For us, transparency, trust and respect in our relationship with supporters and beneficiaries are core values at all stages of our work.
If you will consider arranging a bequest, we would like to remind you that the Corti Foundation has strict rules of conduct towards you and is committed to: