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Leaving a Legacy

World Relief’s ministry empowers the local church to serve the most vulnerable – individuals impoverished physically and spiritually and living in some of the most challenging environments on earth. Making a planned gift allows the giver to provide for herself and her family while making a gift that serves the world’s most vulnerable individuals now and years into the future.

What is Planned Giving?

Planned giving involves using your financial or estate plan to provide gifts to charities. World Relief invites gifts made through planned giving strategies that:

  • Provide for you and your loved ones
  • Entitle you to charitable income and/or gift or estate deductions
  • Enable you to care for people vulnerable due to poverty, natural disaster, and human conflict now and into the future.

 Planned giving can include such options as:

  • Including World Relief in you will or estate plan
  • Creating a current income source through:Making a noncash gift  such as stock or real estate.
    • establishing a Charitable Remainder Trust, which provides set payments for life or a term of years. At the end of the term  of trust, the trust assets pass to World Relief.
    • establishing a Charitable Lead Trust, which will make annual payments to World Relief for a set number of years and, at the end of the term, the remaining trust assets go to your chidlren of other beneficiary.
  • Making a noncash gift such as stock or real estate.

If you are interested in learning more about how to maximize your financial resources to serve the most vulnerable through World Relief, please call us at 443.451.1954 or email

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