Remember UTO in Your Will
Thank you for your interest in remembering the work of the United Thank Offering (UTO) in your estate planning process. Acknowledging UTO in this way will not only support the ongoing work of promoting gratitude and the awarding of thank offerings as grants, but will endure as a thank offering for all the blessings you experienced throughout your lifetime. Your gift helps to grow our ministry and honors your commitment to practicing gratitude. Your name and any intentions will be added to our Memorial Trust Fund book, available digitally and in print, as a sign of our gratitude for your life and membership in UTO.
Making a Gift to the Memorial Trust Fund (852) through a bequest in your will.
The simplest way to make a planned gift to the United Thank Offering is by naming the Memorial Trust Fund (852) in your will. A bequest to the Memorial Trust can be included when you prepare or revise your will. There are several ways to do this (listed below), and we encourage you to talk these choices over with your financial advisor, the lawyer responsible for your will, and your family members.
Ways to make a bequest:
- Specific Bequest
- Donate Personal Property
- Residuary Bequest
- Contingency Bequest
If you are interested in learning more about remembering UTO in your will, please click the button below for a more in depth instructions and examples.