Planned Giving


 Consider a Legacy Gift for Unity Church of Melbourne!

legacy-gifts

As you plan your will or trust, please consider designating a portion of your estate as a Legacy Gift. Planned Gifts may have a positive impact on your estate. Ask your professional financial advisor about the methods of giving that are most beneficial to you. All gifts to the church are entirely free from estate tax.

UnityChurch of Melbourne‘s Legacy Program includes everlasting Planned Gifts that are made in your name or the name of a family member or loved one.

Your Legacy Gift can be cash, property, an insurance policy or other assets. It can be designed for general use, for the Unity Church of Melbourne building fund, or for the benefit of a specific ministry: e.g., Youth & Family, Adult Education, Music, Outreach, etc.

Let Your Legacy Live on at Unity Church of Melbourne!

The Legacy Giving Program provides four ways to include Unity Church of Melbourne in your will or trust:

Defer a Gift Until
After Your Lifetime
“I give to Unity Church of Melbourne, located at 2401 N Harbor City Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32935, ______ %, amount of the residue of my estate or $_______. ” (specific dollar amount)
(Will and Trusts)
Specific Property
or Securities or Annuities
“I give to Unity Church of Melbourne, located at 2401 N Harbor City Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32935, all of my interest in_______________________.”
(Property description or type of security or annuity)
Insurance “I name Unity Church of Melbourne, located at 2401 N Harbor City Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32935, as beneficiary of ____________________________.”
(Insurance Policy)
Give your Personal Residence, yet continue living in it for the remainder of your lifetime “I leave to Unity Church of Melbourne, located at 2401 N Harbor City Blvd, Melbourne, FL 32935 the property at ____________________________, though I plan to remain in residence there for the remainder of my lifetime.
(Retained Life Estate)

To find out more about how you can contribute to the Legacy Gift Program, please contact us and let us know about your estate planning questions.

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