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Since 1732, the Redemptorists — a congregation of missionary priests and brothers — have followed in Jesus’ footsteps, preaching the Word and serving the poor and most abandoned.
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Planned giving

Bequests

Remembering the Redemptorists in your will is a great way to build the Kingdom and spread the Gospel after you return to the Lord.

There are three types of bequests: residuary, specific, and contingent.

A residuary bequest is stated as a percentage.

Example: _____% of my estate.

A specific bequest is stated as a fixed dollar amount.

Example: the sum of $__________ or __________ asset.

A contingent bequest benefits the Redemptorists if an individual beneficiary predeceases the donor or a charitable organization ceases to exist at the time of the donor’s passing.

Example: In the event [name of individual beneficiary] predeceases me or [name of charitable organization] fails to exist at the time of my passing I leave [his/her/their] portion of my estate to the Redemptorist Office for Mission Advancement Inc.

Bequests can be written into a Last Will and Testament or added as a codicil.

Our legal name for purposes of accepting bequests is Redemptorist Office for Mission Advancement Inc.

Our federal tax ID number is: 26-3602779.

To learn more about planned giving, please contact our executive director:

Theresa Montminy, C.F.R.E.
Toll free: 877-876-7662
E-mail (preferred)