Build upon your legacy of sharing God’s love with children in need — Include ChildHope in your will or estate plan.
You’re already changing young lives through your commitment as a ChildHope sponsor — and we’re grateful!
Now there’s a way you can build upon this legacy of love, and keep blessing children in need, even after you go home to be with the Lord.
You can include ChildHope in your will or estate plan. It’s a great way to
- help the children,
- provide a testimony to your friends and loved ones of the things you believe are really important,
- and provide for your family, too. (Your heirs may save on taxes on your estate, depending how you structure your bequest for ChildHope.)
You can choose to leave a specific amount — or a percentage of the remainder of your estate after the passing of the surviving spouse — to ministry.
And you will have the joy of knowing that your estate continues to share the love of Christ and practical aid with children in need through ChildHope!
For help with including ChildHope in your will or estate plan, or any other questions about planned giving, please contact Regina Rogers at 1.800.289.7071 today.
[From the September 2019 issue of ChildHope’s Compañeros publication.]