Legacy Planning

Your legacy gifts can help spread the Gospel for generations to come.

Receive your free Legacy Planner

Our Legacy Planner includes practical estate information as well as biblical guidance on wise stewardship. Our Ministry Relations staff is available to confidentially discuss your estate planning questions, with no obligation.

Receive your free Legacy Planner

Our Ministry Relations staff is available to serve you. Contact us:

  1-877-243-2202
  donor-ministries@bgea.org

  Billy Graham Evangelistic Association
     Donor Ministries
     1 Billy Graham Parkway
     Charlotte, NC 28201

Tax ID Number #45-2588350

BGEA is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt charity. All gifts are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law.

Gift Options

Planned gifts are arranged by the donor in the present, but given in the future. These gifts are typically accomplished through a will, trust or other estate planning tool. A Ministry Representative is available to discuss your gift plan options, with no obligation.

Additional Resources

You can share your faith and values with the next generation in simple yet powerful ways. Explore these resource as you intentionally and prayerfully take steps that will establish a rich spiritual legacy; and one day, you will hear your heavenly Father say, “Well done, good and faithful servant,” (Matthew 25:21).

Leaving a lasting legacy involves many areas of your life, not just financial giving. Explore these resources as you intentionally and prayerfully take steps that will establish a rich spiritual legacy that may touch generations to come. A ministry representative is available to discuss your gift plan options, with no obligation.

Writing your Christian Testimony →
Share Your Story of God’s Faithfulness →
Praying for Your Pastor →
Writing a Letter of Reconciliation →
Sharing Your Faith and Values Through Your Will →
Mentoring the Next Generation →
Honoring a Loved One →

The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. For such assistance, please consult your attorney or financial advisor.