YFC’s vision is to reach 1 million lost 11-19 year olds with the gospel every year, until Jesus returns. Including YFC in your will is one of the many ways you can help this vision come to fruition.
Your will can help YFC reach lost teens with the gospel well beyond your time here on earth. This is called a bequest. It doesn’t cost you anything today, and can completed in as little as 25 minutes. A bequest is simple. You can include language in your will or trust; making a gift to family, to friends, and to charity. Your bequest can be…
A gift of a specific amount (or a specific asset)
A percentage of your estate
A contingent gift when the primary beneficiary predeceases you
A gift of the balance of your estate
Don’t have a will? Use our online tool. It’s 100% free for you.
We know getting started can be overwhelming. That’s why we have subscribed to an online will-writing service, called FreeWill.
This tool is free for you – whether you choose to include a gift to Youth For Christ or not – and can be used to create a fully valid legal will in all fifty states. If you prefer, you can also print a draft for review by your attorney, which can save you time and money.
There is no cost, and no catch! We pay the subscription fee for this tool, and offer it as a gift to you. Click here to complete your free will online.
Working with an attorney? Download our legal language.
Your attorney can help you include a gift in your estate documents. Before your appointment, download Youth For Christ’s legal language, which will assist you and your attorney to define your bequest to Youth For Christ. This is the official legal language for all USA chapters, affiliates, and international programs of Youth For Christ.