any parishioners prayerfully consider including Trinity in a planned gift in gratitude for a lifetime abundance of God’s blessings. Planned Gifts
are made through wills or through life-income gifts and often have favorable tax benefits. These gifts derive from the giver’s accumulated assets, unlike annual gifts or pledges that derive from annual income.
Planned Gifts are used as directed by the giver’s Will. The Episcopal Church Foundation can help create and manage a Planned Gift to Trinity including charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, and a pooled income fund.
These gifts are important because they help ensure that our children, and generations to come, will have the same opportunities of ministry and spiritual life as current Trinity members enjoy. By including Trinity in your will or via estate planning, you elevate Trinity to the level of family.
Contact Jane Martin with questions about Bequests, Endowments, and Planned Giving»