A Good Challenge: Cheryl & John Bohney
Seeing the world can be eye-opening. It’s a way to experience different cultures, meet new people, and explore unique locations. But it can also bring to light the aspects of life that Westerners often take for granted, like daily access to nutritious food.
“John and I both like to travel,” says Cheryl Bohney, a retired IT auditor. “When you go other places in the world, you see that they don’t have what we have in the U.S.”
After learning about the Danforth Center’s work to promote food security at a Conversations event in 2005, John and Cheryl joined as Danforth Society members and have been annual givers ever since. They have also included the Danforth Center in their estate plans.
“The Danforth Center has the equipment, the talent, and the cutting-edge research to make a real difference,” says John, a retired electronics Quality Assurance Representative for the federal government. “To feed the world is a good challenge.”
When you make a planned gift to the Danforth Center, you create a legacy of hope for people around the globe. And some gifts, such as charitable gift annuities, can make a difference for both others and yourself.
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