Gift Planning Services
Introducing a new program at the University of the Nations: Gift Planning Services. The purpose of this program is to share information with our friends that will assist them in their estate planning and present opportunities to make “cost effective” gifts to the University and other charities they support.
Gift Planning Services Brochure
We have a Gift Planning Services Brochure that briefly explains our services. It contains a summary of many gift planning ideas that can not only save you tax dollars but at the same time benefit the charities that have been a part of your life.
Will/Living Trust Packet
The Will/Living Trust Packet contains helpful worksheets and other information that will assist you in having your estate plan prepared. Completing this booklet prior to meeting with your attorney will save time and money in having the documents prepared.
A Memorial Gift is a wonderful say to express your love for a person who has gone home to be with the Lord when words do not seem to be enough. These gifts can be designed to honor the person in an area of ministry that was close to their heart and will be a big help in our mission; “To know God and to make Him known”.
To receive a Will/Living Trust Information packet or if you have a question in regard to your estate plan, fill out the form along with your request. We will be in touch and assist you without obligation.
Many of our friends have included the University of the Nations in their estate plans. There are many different ways to do this. I have asked some of them to share why and how they have provided for their gift.
About 15 years ago I found a perfect answer to my life’s financial planning.
Ray and Jan Mau
Victoria, BC, Canada
In September 1975 I entered Youth With A Mission [YWAM] and began the Discipleship Training School. At that time the school was called – School of Evangelism.
John & Anna Young
I read Loren Cunninghams book “Is that really You God?” about the beginning of YWAM and was very much impressed. Great book and I would highly recommend getting a copy and reading it.
Joanne B. Foley