Plan Your Legacy of Love
Thank you for your interest in supporting Bethany Christian Services. Whether you are new to the concept of legacy giving and simply need more information, or have already designated Bethany in your Will, we look forward to getting to know you better and what your legacy means - for generations to come.
Bethany Christian Services impacts the lives of children and families for Christ. We strive to be good stewards of the lives God has entrusted to us and extend that effort into every area of our lives—financially, relationally, and spiritually.
Working with the Barnabas Foundation, a nonprofit organization that provides no-cost gift planning services to our supporters, we offer help as you seek to make wise financial decisions—based in scripture.
Below you’ll find articles that explain a biblical view of stewardship as well as some additional planning resources. For more information about legacy planning, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Legacy gift giving is powerful because it puts into practice faith, wisdom and passion to serve children and families by financially sustaining the mission of Bethany Christian Services now and for generations to come. Read more about 3 powerful legacy gift strategies.
For many people, a Charitable Remainder Trust provides a framework for being a good and wise steward of assets now, with a Godly plan for being a faithful and joyful giver, later. Learn more about Charitable Remainder Trusts.
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