Friends General Conference

Nurturing faith and Quaker practice

Bequest and Legacy Gifts

Making provisions in your will to support Friends General Conference can take several forms. Simply indicating in your will that a portion of your assets should be left as a bequest to Friends General Conference is the easiest.  However, increasingly, donors are using matured life insurance policies and retirement assets as ways of making gifts and reducing inheritance taxes.

Access how-to-do-it by downloading the files found at the bottom of the page!

Make Your Bequest A Lasting Legacy

Estate gifts help FGC to ensure a vital future for the Religious Society of Friends. Read more.

Give Through Life Insurance

Friends of modest means are often surprised to find that there is a way to make a substantial legacy gift to Quakerism by using life insurance as a charitable tool. Instead of signing over an existing policy, buy a new one and make the premium payments tax-deductible contributions. It's easier than you think, and you may be pleasantly surprised at how your modest annual premium contributions will multiply into a substantial gift. Read more.

Contribute Retirement Assets

A gift of your retirement assets [IRA, 401(k), 403(b), pension or other tax deferred plan] is an excellent way to make a gift. If you are like most people, you probably will not use all of your retirement assets during your lifetime. Make a gift and help further our mission. Read more.

Friends General Conference will be glad to answer any questions you may have regarding planned giving. 

FGC is not a financial, legal or tax advisor. Please consult with your own advisors regarding your financial, legal, or tax needs to make certain that a contemplated gift fits well into your overall circumstances and planning. The discussion and examples in this section are for illustrative and educational purposes only and are not a solicitation or offer.

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