Leave a legacy: The gift that keeps on giving!

Remembering DPM in your will is a wonderful way to invest in God’s Kingdom and many people find it is an opportunity to make a gift more significant than they could have given during their lifetime.

You do not have to be wealthy to leave a legacy – and DPM understands that you will want to make provision for your loved ones first. But, please be assured that a legacy gift of any size will be appreciated and, in our hands, will bear fruit in the lives of many Christians and churches around the world. Whatever the value of your gift, it will go a long way to help someone who needs it.

What will be your legacy?

In the words of Colin Dye, Senior Minister at Kensington Temple, “Derek Prince ministered the Word of God as no other Bible teacher of our generation. His Bible insights and his deep commitment to the Holy Spirit has left us a deep and lasting legacy.”

 

Types of gifts

There are different ways to remember DPM in your will, depending on your circumstances:

  • A residuary gift

A residuary gift allows you to leave DPM a share of your estate, once your family has been taken care of. The advantage of leaving a residuary gift is that it remains the same over time, and you won’t need to change your will to keep up with inflation.

  • A pecuniary gift

A pecuniary gift allows you to leave a specific amount of money to DPM.

  • A reversionary gift

A reversionary gift allows you to leave your estate to your dependents while they are living, but after they pass away it will revert to DPM.

  • A specific gift

A specific gift is where a particular item is bequeathed. This could include stocks and shares, property, furniture or jewellery

 

How to include DPM-UK in your will

If you want to include DPM-UK in your will, we recommend that you speak to a qualified professional such as a solicitor when making or amending your will. The suggested legal wording below will assist your solicitor in drawing up or amending your will to include your gift to help our vital work.

If you would like to know more about including DPM-UK in your will, we would love to meet or call you for a confidential, no-obligation chat about how your bequest can make a difference.

Please don’t hesitate to call Neil Cornick on 01462 492100.  Thank you.

 

Wording for a residuary gift

I give the residue of my estate to Derek Prince Ministries (UK), a registered charitable incorporated organisation in England No 1123283, Registered Address: Ladygrove Court, Hitchwood Lane, Preston, Hitchin, SG4 7SA for its general charitable purposes. I further direct that the receipt of the Chief Executive or another proper officer of the said charity, for the time being, shall be a full and sufficient discharge for the said gift.

Wording for a pecuniary or specific gift

I give the sum of £_____ (or the item specified) to Derek Prince Ministries (UK), a registered charitable incorporated organisation in England No 1123283, Registered Address: Ladygrove Court, Hitchwood Lane, Preston, Hitchin, SG4 7SA for its general charitable purposes. I further direct that the receipt of the Chief Executive or other proper officers of the said charity, for the time being, shall be a full and sufficient discharge for the said gift.

How a legacy gift can impact lives

  • A legacy gift can enable us to make Derek’s teaching freely available to new generations of Christians worldwide
  • A legacy gift can ensure that we continue to translate and print discipleship materials by Derek Prince in new languages to strengthen the Church
  • A legacy gift can go along way towards providing the tools and resources we need to create digital discipleship and evangelistic materials for online generations
  • A legacy gift can equip future pastors, Bible college students and evangelists to dig deeper into God’s Word and turn converts into disciples

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