All of us have a story to tell and a legacy to leave. Below are inspiring stories of faithful supporters like you. Each has included World Vision in their estate plan so they can continue to support World Vision after their lifetime - it's their legacy of love to the world's children.
Margaret Morrow, Michigan
Part of the World Vision family since 1977
Margaret never had any children of her own, so she became a World Vision sponsor as a way to help out someone else's child. Today, she sponsors four. "It makes me grateful that I can do things for children in need," she shares.
Even when money is tight, Margaret remains faithful to her giving. "I am dedicated to making my commitment," she says. This dedication comes in part because she believes in World Vision's work. "They do a lot of good in countries that need help."
Because of her commitment to her sponsored children and faith in World Vision, Margaret began to think about the organization during her estate planning process. "I felt that World Vision was a good cause that I should include in my plan," she explains. "It feels good to know that when I pass on, my money will be helping children."
By leaving a bequest to World Vision in her trust, Margaret is ensuring that her sponsored children and others like them will continue to receive the help they need even when she is no longer here.
Do your current plans reflect the legacy you want to leave?
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