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"For most Catholics, opportunities for giving begin in their parish and diocese. Diocesan and parish stewardship programs should help individuals, families and communities better understand why, in the context of a total commitment to stewardship that is planned, proportionate, and sacrificial, it is important to set goals for giving."*
We at Good Shepherd are here to help you navigate your planned giving, whether you want to give now or in your future planning. If you have questions about your planned giving and estate planning to benefit the Parish or Diocese, you should contact your own attorney or Steve Wolcott (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your questions.
IRA Qualified Charitable Distribution
Appreciated Securities Donations
Gifts of Grain
Paid up life insurance redeemable for cash value
Marketable real estate
Marketable tangible personal property
Giving in the Future
Wills and Trusts
Retirement Plan Assets
Charitable Gift Annuities
Other Legacy Gifts:
Name your parish, a school, ministry or the diocese as a beneficiary of your life insurance.
Brochure: Create Your Legacy
Gift Guide Chart and 2018 Tax Law
* "Opportunities for Giving." Retrieved from http://www.usccb.org/catholic-giving/opportunities-for-giving/index.cfm.
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