GracePoint Legacy Society

Make a planned gift now - a forever gift to GracePoint

The GracePoint Foundation established the GracePoint Legacy Society to recognize individuals and families who have made provisions in their estate plans or through cash or stock gifts today to the endowment, with the earnings going from your gift to GracePoint for the benefit of the healing ministry of GracePoint.

These gifts may take the form of bequests by naming the Foundation in a will or trust, making future gifts to the endowment through a charitable remainder trust, life insurance, or making a cash or stock gift while living.

Who are members of the GracePoint Legacy Society?

For people who create a legacy beyond their lifetime, the GracePoint Legacy Society ensures donors that their charitable dollars will be used in a way they intended. As a member of the GracePoint Legacy Society you are given the opportunity to belong to a group stuff like-minded people who are committed to support the needs of the ministry.

How does the GracePoint Legacy Society work?

  • Establish - donors can include a gift to GracePoint Foundation in their will or trust that establishes an irrevocable request.
  • Notify - donors notify the GracePoint Foundation that an irrevocable endowment gift is included in your estate plan.
  • Join - once we learn of your commitment to the endowment, you will automatically be enrolled as a member of the Society. It will be your option as to how you wish your name to appear in the Society membership.

Members of the GracePoint Legacy Society

An anonymous family became the first member of the society with a gift of $100,000.

For more information, please contact:
Justin Hannemann -

If you have made arrangements in your estate plan to make an irrevocable gift to the GracePoint Foundation, you are eligible to become a member of the GracePoint Legacy Society. Cash or stock gifts to the endowment today enables you to become a member of the GracePoint Legacy Society
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