We appreciate those who consider making such a “planned gift” to the Church when they are reviewing their last wills and estates, or reviewing their portfolios.
This type of giving, separate from tithes and other offerings, is called “planned giving.” The term generally refers to gifts made to the Church from the assets one accumulates during his or her lifetime. Such gifts are planned and designated during life, but are in many cases distributed to the Church after the end of life.
If you would like more information on this subject, or how you can make a “planned gift” to the Church, go to www.ucg.org/help/does-the-united-church-of-god-offer-a-planned-giving-program
Another recurring question is how to donate to designated areas of the work, such as international areas, Good Works, media, or a building fund. One easy way to do that is to make your extra donation through the Internet. Simply click on the “Donate” button located at the top left of ucg.org. There you will see the various funds to which you can make your donation and a brief description of how donations to that fund will be used. You can check current and ongoing Good Works projects at goodworks.ucg.org.
Whenever you have a question regarding planned giving, donation of assets other than cash, or how to donate to a specific area of the work, feel free to write us at firstname.lastname@example.org or direct your questions to the treasurer at email@example.com.