Many of our partners have chosen to include World Vision in their estate plan so they can continue to help build a brighter future for children even after they are gone. By making a "gift of a lifetime" in this way, you too can continue to bring hope to children even after your lifetime. To ensure your ongoing impact long into the future, you can:
How it works
- Sign the appropriate paperwork making World Vision a beneficiary of your will, trust, insurance or retirement assets (see sample bequest language).
- After your lifetime, money and assets are distributed to your heirs and World Vision as directed by your estate plan documents.
- World Vision uses your bequest for the purpose(s) you specify.
- Maintain control of your assets during your lifetime
- Have the flexibility to modify your bequest if your circumstances change.
- Reduce your taxable estate by the amount given to World Vision
- Make a significant gift to World Vision and designate how it should be used.
- Experience the satisfaction of knowing you can continue to help children even after you are gone.