Your will or living trust can create hope for many of the elderly, poor, the hungry and homeless people we serve in our ministries. When you prepare your will or other estate plans, you can:
· Express your desires for the distribution of assets
· Protect and provide for your family
· Remember special friends and loved ones
· Establish a bequest to benefit FaithWorks
· You can arrange a gift of a specific amount, a percentage, or even all or part of the residuum of your estate. When making or revising a will, you should always obtain an attorney’s assistance.
We are happy to work with you and your attorney to design an estate plan tailored to your wishes. For more information, please contact:
Charles E. Molloy
FaithWorks Chief Development Officer
912.261.8512 Ext. 113 (O)
The following are suggested forms for making various types of bequests. These brief descriptions are not intended as legal or financial advice; an attorney or other professional adviser should be consulted.
"I give and bequeath to FaithWorks (also known as Southeastern Educational Services, Inc.) PO Box 2902 Brunswick, GA 31521) the sum of $ (or a specific item of property, such as real estate, stocks or bonds, automobile, etc.) to be used as its Board of Directors determines."
"I give and bequeath to FaithWorks (aka Southeastern Educational Services, Inc.) PO Box 2902 Brunswick, GA 31521), (name a specific percentage) of the total value of my estate to be used as its Board of Directors determines.”
You may also leave the residue of your estate after you have provided for family members and other beneficiaries.
"I give and bequeath the residue (specify a percentage) of my estate, to: FaithWorks (aka Southeastern Educational Services, Inc.)
PO Box 2902
Brunswick, GA 31521
to be used as its Board of Directors determines."