Joe and Alice have been faithful supporters to the Evangelical Free Church of America. They believe it is important to help glorify God by multiplying transformational churches among all people.
Joe: Alice and I believe the EFCA is truly making a difference for the Lord. It is important to us to partner with them in their work. That is why we have made several gifts over the years.
Alice: But we wanted to do more than just make gifts. Joe and I have been careful and have been able to save enough for retirement. We plan to be generous with family, but we also have the ability to be generous with the EFCA.
Joe: After talking it over, we decided to leave a bequest in each of our wills. Our attorney took the sample language available from the organization and included a nice bequest in my will as well as Alice's. We are delighted that we will be helping further the Lord's work through these gifts.
Is a charitable bequest right for you?
We have resources that will help you learn more about bequests. Click here to review sample bequest language
. You will see how easy it is to include a bequest in your will or trust.
You might find it helpful to print this page and the bequest language. Please feel free to give this information to your attorney. If he or she has any questions, please contact us
For a brochure with more information, click here
Let us know your plans so we can thank you for naming the Evangelical Free Church of America within your plans. Your generosity allows us to start and strengthen churches in your community, across the U.S. and through our mission enterprise around the world.
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