Here's a profile of a planned gift
prospect: Someone who is over 50; has met his or her family obligations, or is
single; is deeply committed to Unitarian Universalism; contributes to your
congregation; and has both the means and the inclination to make additional
Your best prospects often are people who already give
generously to your congregation. But do not overlook others. Simply because
someone gives a small amount to the canvass does not mean they have nothing more
to give. People on limited incomes would love to be asked to make a bequest or
sign over a life insurance policy they no longer need. Every adult should be
encouraged to remember your society, fellowship, or church in their Wills.
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Last updated on Friday, June 17, 2011.
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