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Some significant gifts made in support of Baptist Mid-Missions have been testamentary gifts. A bequest may provide for a specific dollar gift, a percentage of your estate, or specific asset(s) to be given to BMM. A bequest may also consist of the remaining assets of your estate. Bequests are generally made through a will or a trust agreement. Bequests can also be made by ownership, payable on death, or beneficiary designation.
Below is an example of how such a bequest might read.:
I give, devise, and bequeath to Baptist Mid-Missions, Cleveland, Ohio
=one or more of the following:
the sum of $ _______,
_______% of my estate,
the following property,
the rest, residue and remainder of my estate.
The property comprising this gift is to be used to further the charitable purposes of Baptist Mid-Missions.
If you have questions regarding your will or would like assistance in preparing your estate planning documents, please contact the Stewardship Ministries department.
Baptist Mid-Missions is a 501(c)(3) organization under the Internal Revenue Service Tax Code.
PO Box 308011
Cleveland, OH 44130-8011
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