Planned Giving

Legacy giving is another way to invest in All Saints’ long-term ministry in and through the city of Austin. As you make prayerful decisions about estate planning, you may designate funds for All Saints, leaving a legacy of faithful witness for future generations.

Large financial milestones like the sale of a home, land, or another asset can also be a fitting opportunity for giving. Funds from such transactions can be set aside as charitable gifts to All Saints, which can have tax advantages if appropriately structured beforehand.

As we look to the future ministry of All Saints beyond the next 10 to 15 years, we welcome bequests and other strategic legacy gifts as long-term blessings to the church and the community.

In addition to making a bequest, did you know you can designate a portion of your residual funds in a donor-advised fund, IRA, or stock brokerage account as an estate gift to All Saints? Talk with your financial advisor about creative ways to give to All Saints in ways that will continue to bless generations to come.

If you have named All Saints as a beneficiary in your estate plan, please let us know so we may have record of your intent.

Planned Giving Form

*This data is recorded by All Saints solely for informational purposes. Planned gifts are not recorded by All Saints for accounting purposes until such a gift is issued. Please contact David Breeding if you have any questions.