FAQ: How can I . . . leave money to FSA?
When you leave a legacy to our church you ensure the mission of FSA for generations to come.
Imagine the joy of knowing that some of the rewards from your life’s work will contribute in a meaningful way to First-St. Andrew’s future. There are a variety of ways that you may make your gift, including:
- Bequests (donations through your will) in cash or in kind
- Residual interest in estate value
- Publically listed securities
- Gifts of life insurance
- Gifts of property
- Residual value of retirement assets (RRSP or RRIF)
All of these options provide a meaningful gift to perpetuate the mission and vision of the church and can be part of sound tax-planning as well.
When a bequest or other gift provided for in the last will and testament of the donor is received by First-St. Andrew’s United Church, a leaf, appropriately inscribed, will be added to the Proudfoot Legacy Tree in the church atrium recognizing the bequest or other testamentary gift. A notation will concurrently be made in the Memorials Book to recognize this gift.
We urge you to work with your financial planner or legal advisor to ensure that your gift will be used to provide you with the most effective tax advantage possible.
If you’re interested, or have some questions, please contact the church office, 519-679-8182 or firstname.lastname@example.org and ask to be put in touch with the chair of the Board of Trustees to discuss the matter of leaving a legacy to the church.
You may also send your enquiry to:
Financial Development Officer
London Conference Office
The United Church of Canada
#111 - 747 Hyde Park Road
London, ON, Canada