Planned Giving

Planned giving can help you minimize taxes and maximize giving to your family and to the charitable ministries that align with your values and vision.

Through the use of trusts, insurance and other planning tools, you can provide for your heirs and still leave a never-ending gift that will benefit the future of thousands of retired Southern Baptist ministers, workers and their widows

Select your state to discover local and nationwide foundations we recommend for your planned giving needs.

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You can leave a gift for Mission:Dignity as a beneficiary in your will, estate plan, charitable trust, IRA or retirement account. Here is a sample way to word a bequest or designation:

"I give, devise and bequeath _____________________ <indicate specific dollar amount or specific percentage or all the rest, residue and remainder of my estate> to the <choose one: Retired Ministers Support Fund, O.S. & Susie Hawkins Emergency Grant Fund or Mission:Dignity Endowment Fund> of GuideStone Financial Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention, 5005 LBJ Freeway, Ste. 2200, Dallas, TX 75244-6152 for its corporate use and purposes."

For additional information or assistance with planned giving options, please contact Mission:Dignity.

This material is for general, educational purposes only and is provided with the understanding that GuideStone Financial Resources of the Southern Baptist Convention is not rendering legal, tax or accounting advice. For advice and assistance specific to your needs, you should consult with appropriate legal counsel or other professional advisors. State laws govern charitable gifts, trusts and wills.

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