Remember the Parish in Your Estate Plans

Please consider the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola in your will. A bequest is fully tax deductible and will help us sustain our work, our mission, and our ministries for future generations.

If you want to leave a donation to the Parish, you must specifically do so in a will or trust. Your will or personal trusts are legal records of your wishes regarding how your assets should be handled at your death. Instructions regarding the disposition of your assets are called bequests.

Charitable bequests are not subject to estate or inheritance taxes, so the tax burden on your estate will be reduced. Your estate will be entitled to a charitable deduction for the full, fair market value of your gift. Of course, you can always change your will to reflect changing circumstances.

If you would like information about a Charitable Gift Annuity, or, for those over 70,  information about an IRA Charitable Rollover, please contact our Treasurer, Fernando Castro, at 212 -288-6200 x 276, or email He can also assist you and your attorney with the standard language necessary to establish your charitable bequest. Any information you provide will be held in strict confidence.

We thank you for ensuring the legacy of your memory through a bequest to the Church of St. Ignatius Loyola.

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