Planned or Legacy Giving
With thoughtful planning, you can make a lasting contribution to our mission. Your gift can take any of the following forms:
- Residual Bequest: after making provisions for your family and friends, the balance of your belongings (legally referred to as your “estate”) is donated to Samaritan’s Feet.
- Percentage of your Estate: where a specific percentage of your estate is left to Samaritan’s Feet.
- Pecuniary Bequest: where a specific sum of money is donated.
- Specific gGift Bequest: referring to any non-cash items such as stock, annuities, property, jewelry, artwork, or other valuables, which can be given to Samaritan’s Feet.
- Life Insurance Policy
Want to know more about a planned gift to Samaritan’s Feet? You should make an appointment with your legal or financial adviser. They have all the tools to help you decide what type of request to make.
We have partnered with the National Christian Foundation to make it easy for our supporters to donate cash and non-cash assets to us to take full advantage of all tax credits and benefits. If you’d like to know more about our single-charity fund, complete this form and we will get back with you shortly.