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Planned Giving and Legacy Gifts

Join the Word on Fire Founders Society

Become an inaugural member of the Word on Fire Founders Society by making a provision in your will, trust, or estate plan for Word on Fire Catholic Ministries. 

By including a gift in your estate plan, known as a “bequest,” you can ensure that the mission of Word on Fire will endure, as we continue to proclaim Christ in the culture and allow people to encounter Christ’s love and mercy. Word on Fire’s work becomes more vital with each passing year, and your commitment of a planned gift will allow this ministry to flourish for years to come. 

To assist you in the planning process, we have partnered with to provide valuable insights and guidance as you consider your estate plans. You can also find more information by filling out the form below.

FreeWill is a simple online tool that guides you through the process of creating your will or trust. It’s easy to use, accessible online, and can be completed in 20 minutes. You can use this resource on its own, or use it to document your wishes before finalizing your plans with an attorney.

*PLEASE NOTE: The FreeWill tool is currently available to United States residents only.

If you have already included Word on Fire in your planned giving or estate or would like to speak with a member of our team, please fill out the form below so we can contact you with more information about the Founders Society.

When you join the Founders Society, we will be in touch with more information on society benefits and ways to connect with us.

Thank you for considering such a transformational gift to Word on Fire. Your legacy donation will allow Word on Fire to continue promoting the beauty, truth, and goodness of the Catholic faith to the next generation. May God bless you for your generosity!

Frequently Asked Questions

If you’ve left a gift to Word On Fire in your estate plan, you can use the tool below to let us know!

It can often be difficult to plan and make sure that your gifts are used in line with your wishes if they are left unknown. But more importantly, we want to say thank you for considering our work as a part of your legacy.

We know that life circumstances can change and you may need to alter or reconsider your gift in the future. That’s all right — reporting your gift today does not obligate you now nor in the future.

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If you are creating an estate-planning document on FreeWill, note that it is only suitable for distribution of property located within the United States. If you have U.S.-based property but live abroad, then input the address where the majority of your U.S.-based property can be found.

Yes! Your documents will be created with jurisdictional-specific language.

We will not disclose any private information without your permission.

You can contact our Director of Philanthropy, Maureen Dickinson, for more information.

Phone: (214) 919-0167
Email: [email protected]

There is no minimum or maximum!