Legacy Fund newsletter

Welcome to the Legacy Fund

 

Hal Rumsey

Welcome! Melinda Sander

We are very pleased that you are interested in learning about the many benefits of planned giving and the Legacy Fund of First United Methodist Church - Cathedral of the Rockies in Boise, Idaho. If you have any questions about the best way for you to benefit through a planned gift, please call. Better yet, use the contact form and send us a short note. We will be very pleased to help you.

In his service,

Hal Rumsey and Melinda Sander,  Legacy Fund

 


First United Methodist Church, 717 11th Street, Boise, Idaho 83702, Phone: (208) 343-7511


What is the Legacy Fund

Legacy Fund logoThe Legacy Fund was created in 2004 to provide an endowment fund for members to provide gifts, bequests and a variety of financial trusts to support ministries of the First United Methodist Church. The fund operates by placing monies into an investment account under an outside investment manager.

Making a bequest to the Legacy Fund

Bequest of cash

Members may give to the fund by placing a simple codecil in your will that says,"I bequeath the sum of $________  to the Legacy Fund, First United Methodist Church of Boise, ID."

Bequest of a percent of the estate

"I devise and bequeath 20% of the remainder and residue of property owned at my death, whether real or personal, and wherever located to Legacy Fund, First United Methodist Church, Boise, ID."

Contingent Bequest

Include Legacy Fund in your Will

If you would like to give a gift to the Legacy Fund in your will, you should clearly identify the Legacy Fund of the First United Methodist Church, Boise Idaho. Such gifts become part of the Legacy Fund and are intended to be a permanent endowment that contributes a portion of interest and dividends to the missions of the church. Distributions from the fund earning are made annually if the fund has grown sufficiently. All distributions are reviewed by a committee of the Senior Pastor, lay leader, chairman of the Church Council and chairman of the Legacy Committee.

Making a Will in Idaho

In Idaho, making your last will and testament will protect you, your family and your property. Writing a will in Idaho may have several purposes. You may want a will to leave property to children, friends or your church. A will allows you to specify a guardian for minor children and to manage any property you leave to them. In your will you may name a personal representative to carry out your wishes.

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