Securing Your Trust

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The EPC Foundation specializes in working with individuals and families.  Our focus is on you - the donor.  We understand the importance of our relationships and realize that decisions become harder as your financial situation grows more complex.  Careful thought must be given to what is best for your family in terms of who receives what; in what form, and what will be the result of your estate planning decisions.  That is why charitable gift planning has become so popular in today's current economic market. 

Lock & KeyBefore you can establish your estate plan, you must understand what you want to accomplish.  One of the decisions that you must make in planning your estate is deciding what to leave and to whom.  It is important to decide in what manner you want your assets distributed. 

It is also important to know that through the EPC Foundation, we will help you achieve the greatest possible impact for your church and the advancement of the Gospel.  You don't have to be a multi-millionaire to be a generous giver.  Whenever you give to your Church or your favorite Christian ministry you are practicing generous giving.  As a true partner in ministry, the EPC Foundation is here to help.

The following section takes you through several important considerations when planning for the distribution of your estate.  Several factors, such as financial, business and tax planning; as well as family issues, will impact your strategy as you consider how to give more effectively and efficiently.

If you have any questions about becoming a donor that have not been answered in this section, please contact us for more information.

Disclaimer Concerning Foundation Services for Individuals

The information contained on this website is intended only as a general discussion of charitable giving opportunities.  Individual circumstances will vary and are subject to sometimes complicated state and federal law.  You should consult with legal counsel, tax advisor, and financial advisor.  Gifts are subject to the approval of the Evangelical Presbyterian Church Foundation.