The Emily Lindsley Legacy Society
We all, regardless of age, consider the legacies we wish to leave to our families, loved ones and the institutions we value. Bequests, charitable trusts and other planned gifts can play an important role in the life of Larchmont Avenue Church and ensure that it will continue to meet its important mission in the future.
In addition, a planned gift can help advance your own financial, philanthropic and estate planning goals. Planned gifts can give back to you income, capital gains, or estate tax savings. Some can provide income for you or loved ones for life. And the financial advantages often allow a gift more generous than you imagined, letting you leave a legacy that reflects your goals and values.
Membership in The Emily Lindsley Legacy Society
We have formed The Emily Lindsley Legacy Society as a way of honoring those who include Larchmont Avenue Church in their gift and estate plans. Named for Emily Lindsley whose vision and commitment led to the founding of this Church, the Society provides an opportunity to record the intent of our donors and a means to express our appreciation for their generosity.
Membership involves no obligations or solicitations but is offered to recognize you for the plans you have made to support the ministries and programs of Larchmont Avenue Church. Your participation helps to inspire generosity in others. Anyone can become a member of the Legacy Society, regardless of amount committed. Spouses of donors are automatically included as Legacy Society members.
Find out more about planned giving to LAC
To join The Emily Lindsley Legacy society, please click here for a membership form. If you are interested in discussing leaving Larchmont Avenue Church in your estate plans or for information about The Emily Lindsley Legacy Society recognizing long term gifts to LAC, please contact our Church Bookkeeper Marjorie Bee at 914-834-1800 ext. 310 or email@example.com, and a member of our Planned Giving Committee will contact you. Information concerning numerous planned giving strategies that may suit your current needs or estate objectives can also be found here.