As the coronavirus pandemic continues, many people of faith are thinking about both end-of-life preparations and how to support the institutions and causes that matter to them through legacy planning. On May 16, Jim Murphy, managing program director at the Episcopal Church Foundation, will present two webinars to help Episcopalians make faithful and generous responses to the uncertainty of the world around us.
Fulfilling your Wishes: End-of-Life Planning
May 16, 10:00 a.m.
The Covid-19 pandemic has heightened the urgency of ensuring that our loved ones know our end-of-life wishes. Join Jim Murphy to learn more about how to communicate your wishes about medical care, how your assets are distributed at your death, and the kind of funeral or memorial service you prefer.
What is the Best Gift for Me Now and in the Future?
May 16, 11:00 a.m.
Have the recent changes in tax law confused or surprised you? Would you like to support your parish or favorite Episcopal charity more effectively? Are you approaching your 72nd birthday or starting to prepare for retirement and want to coordinate your charitable giving and steady income? Join Jim Murphy to learn how tax law changes and other factors can enable you to give more to charity while also benefiting yourself.
The webinars are sponsored by the diocesan Legacy Giving Committee
. A recording of each session will be posted on the diocesan website for those who are unable to attend.