The Good Shepherd Fund

Our mission at Good Shepherd Fund is to transform the way Special Needs Trusts are administered. We achieve this by bundling trustee services, guardianships/conservatorships, and person-centered advocacy all under one umbrella of support. Our method guides your loved one to a fulfilling life while helping you find your peace of mind with a one-stop-shop.
 
Founded in 1970, The Good Shepherd Fund is a 501 (c) 3 California non-profit corporation governed by a 13- member volunteer Board of Trustees. Individuals currently serving on the Board include the following areas of expertise: legal, banking, real estate finance, investment, and management. A number of Trustees have a family member with developmental disabilities.
 
The Fund acts as trustee of special needs trusts, including “d(4)(C)” special needs trusts benefiting individuals with developmental disabilities and related conditions living in the western United States. The Fund acts as court-appointed conservator or guardian for individuals with developmental disabilities in California, Oregon, and Colorado.
 
The Fund assists families and parents with the estate planning process:
  • Establishing a special needs trust for an individual with developmental disabilities.
  • Planning for a successor conservator or guardian.
  • Developing planned gifts that provide benefits to the donor as well as the charity.

Good Shepherd Fund

Headquarters – Mailing Address

9633 S. 48th St. STE 290
Phoenix, AZ 85044
(408) 573-9606

Colorado Field Office

1660 S. Albion St. STE 1140
Denver, CO 80222
(720) 726-3111

 
 
Address: 
1641 N First St, Suite 155
95112 San Jose , CA
US
Phone: 
408-573-9606
Updated: 
Thu, Jun 18, 2020: 1:55 pm
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Guardianship for 31 year old daughter with cerebral pslsy, mental illness and other diagnosed emotional issues. Can you help?

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