Join the Heritage Society
Leave a Legacy for Future Generations at Unity Church
Legacy giving is an intentional act that leaves a lasting legacy in your name and sustains the powerful work of this church for generations to come. A legacy gift is a designation from your estate to a charitable organization. Your “estate” is the sum of your assets, including property you own, insurance policies, retirement accounts, cash on hand, etc. Wealthy people may have large estates, but even people who aren’t wealthy often have the resources to make a legacy gift.
There are many gift possibilities. Each of these gifts allows flexibility, though some requirements apply, and you always retain the right to amend your estate plans.
By making a legacy gift to Unity Church, you would be joining 200 others who have committed to supporting our ministry and programs into the future. Our annual Heritage Society Dinner takes place in May and is the church’s way of thanking those individuals who have made legacy gifts.
If you have already made a legacy gift to Unity Church (but haven’t told us!), if you are in the process of making a gift, or if you would like more information about legacy gift possibilities, contact Barbara Hubbard at the church office, follow the link on our website or pick up a legacy giving brochure.
If you have already made a planned gift to Unity Church (but haven’t told us!), if you are in the process of making a planned gift, or if you would like more information about planned giving, contact Barbara Hubbard by email at email@example.com or by phone at 651-228-1456 x116. We would love to have you join our Heritage Society!
2017 Heritage Society Dinner
Friday, May 5
William J. Doherty, Ph.D.
Unity Church member Bill Doherty is Professor in the Department of Family Social Science and Director of the Citizen Professional Center at the University of Minnesota. In his community work, Bill has helped health care and human services organizations develop ways to engage patients and clients in the mission and legacy of the organization—as productive contributors rather than just as consumers of professional services. It’s a different way to think about the everyday practice of democracy.
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