Your will (or trust) is your final act of stewardship and care, a means to purposefully allocate your resources to support the people and causes you hold dear.
When you give a gift (also known as a “bequest”) in your will, you model to your loved ones a legacy of generosity. Your “ultimate gift” helps ensure that your favorite ministries will continue to make a difference well beyond your lifetime.
Benefits of Gifts in a Will
Legacy. Extend the impact of your generosity well beyond your lifetime.
Simplicity. Easily add your favorite charities as beneficiaries in your will or trust.
Availability. Retain access to your God-given resources for the remainder of your lifetime, or for as long as you need them.
Flexibility. Change your mind at any time about how your charitable gifts are designated.
Capacity. Potentially give the largest gift you’ll ever have the ability to give.
How We Will Help You
“How much is enough?” is one of the most common questions people ask when making their plans.
How much is enough to leave for my family?
How much is enough to give to the causes that are important to me?
A Barnabas Foundation Planner can be beneficial in this important decision. They will help you explore your unique goals and circumstances, in an atmosphere of complete confidentiality and trust.
Barnabas Foundation will also help you…
Determine if your plans reflect your family and charitable goals
Understand the options available to you, in a way that is clear and easy to understand
Streamline and simplify the process of giving to multiple charities
Provide you with a thorough will analysis
Walk away from your conversation with practical recommendations and clear-cut action steps to help you streamline the process of finalizing your legal documents with your chosen attorney.
Schedule your confidential, complimentary conversation with a Barnabas Foundation planning attorney by calling 888.448.3040 or by clicking on the button below.