The Master’s Legacy Society recognizes a distinguished group of supporters who have included The Master’s College in their estate plans.
Making a planned gift to TMC is a special way to provide the margin of excellence needed to continue and expand the great work on campus for the Kingdom of God. Your support helps ensure that we can continue to equip students to be witnesses for Christ in the ministry and the marketplace.
If you have included TMC in your estate plan, please accept our invitation to join the Master’s Legacy Society. Estate gifts that qualify you for membership include:
- Naming TMC as a beneficiary of your will, trust, life insurance policy, or retirement plan.
- Establishing a charitable gift annuity or charitable trust to benefit TMC.
Benefits of membership in the Master’s Legacy Society include:
- Complimentary periodic review of your estate design in coordination with your other trusted financial and legal advisors.
- Invitations to campus events where you are afforded priority access to interacting with key faculty, students, and leadership.
- A complimentary subscription to our quarterly Legacy Society newsletter, which includes analysis of new laws affecting you and connects you with happenings on campus.
- An invitation to our annual legacy society luncheon featuring updates from college leadership, briefings on new tax laws, and recognition of new members.
- A gift thanking you for your commitment to the Lord’s work at TMC.
Letting us know that you have provided for TMC in your estate plan not only aids our long-range planning, it also helps to ensure that your estate gift will be used exactly as you intend it.
Becoming a member of the Master’s Legacy Society is easy. Just click here to let us know you have included TMC in your estate plan, or call our office (661-362-2210) and indicate you would like to join. We look forward to hearing from you.
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The information on this website is not intended as legal or tax advice. For legal or tax advice, please consult an attorney. Figures cited in examples are for hypothetical purposes only and are subject to change. References to estate and income taxes apply to federal taxes only. State income/estate taxes or state law may impact your results.