Do you want to share God’s hope and healing with
prisoners and their families—even after your lifetime?
Make a planned gift
By making a planned gift to Prison Fellowship
International, you touch the lives of prisoners and their
children and help them experience the
transforming love of God.
Including Prison Fellowship International in your will, or making a
non-cash gift, are some of the easiest and most flexible ways to leave a
legacy of hope for future generations.
Your Planned Giving Options
Making a planned gift is an easy way for you to transform the hearts and
lives of prisoners and their families for generations to come.
Add Prison Fellowship International to Your Existing Documents
- Include Prison Fellowship International in your will or trust
- Designate Prison Fellowship International as a beneficiary of your retirement assets
- Name Prison Fellowship International as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy or bank account(s)
Choose a Plan that Meets Your Family Needs and Your Giving Goals
- Percentage bequest: Give a percentage of your estate
- Specific bequest: Give a dollar amount or a specific asset such as a house, artwork, securities, or other non-cash gifts
How to Make a Planned Gift
Will or Trust
You or your estate planner can include a provision in your will that leaves a lasting gift to Prison Fellowship International.
Retirement Assets, Life Insurance, or Bank Accounts
Your retirement plan administrator, life insurance provider, or financial institution can provide the appropriate designation forms
- Stay in control of your assets during your lifetime
- Modify your bequest at any time
- Reduce your taxable estate by the amount given to Prison Fellowship International
- Specify how to use your gift
- Know you’re furthering God’s work long after your lifetime
For more information on planned giving, fill out the contact form below and a representative will be happy to contact you. All inquiries are treated with complete confidentiality.