Each of us wants to have a legacy—some way in which we have left our mark on this world. Leaving that mark takes many different forms. All of us have special gifts, and all of us have touched the lives of others in our own unique way. Indeed, there are many different legacies.
Think of a bequest as a type of legacy. By remembering Long Island Community Fellowship in your will, you will be giving LICF a part of your own legacy. A bequest is a way that your name will live on in the church and in the hearts of those who will benefit from your generous gift.
Please consider this special gift to Long Island Community Fellowship!
Here at Long Island Community Fellowship we request that you consider a form of Planned Giving. This type of donation to LICF takes several forms. A bequest in your will is one type of Planned Giving.
In addition to a bequest, you can also donate part of your dividends from stocks to LICF. This becomes a tax deductible donation.
Those who own real estate can donate in one of two ways: you can donate part of a rental fee (which you charge to a tenant) to LICF. You may also allow LICF to use the piece of property free of charge or for a nominal fee. These too become tax deductible donations.
Please consider one of the above forms of Planned Giving as a way of donating to Long Island Community Fellowship.
If you would like to speak with someone regarding Planned Giving with Long Island Community Fellowship, please contact DL George Settles using the form below: