How To Help / Planned Giving
What will be your legacy of hope and peace?
Richard Bimler, a Bright Stars’ co-founder, is passionate about caring for the gifts God has given him. Rich, and his wife Hazel, have remembered the people and ministries of Bright Stars of Bethlehem in their will.
“Establishing our will and estate plans gives us a sense of ownership, security, and well being. We have a great feeling of joy and celebration knowing that the Lord is providing us with this opportunity to share the gifts we’ve been given with others!”
Don and Sue Neff have been visiting Bethlehem for the past 15 years. Sue, a registered nurse, first came to install Bethlehem’s Parish Nurse. They immediately fell in love with the people and saw the great need, especially among the older residents who have limited access to healthcare. Since then, Sue regularly travels to Bethlehem with teams of Parish nurses from across the country. Sue and Don want their investment to extend beyond their lifetime, so they’ve remembered Bright Stars of Bethlehem in planned giving through donor advised funds.
What will your legacy be? Through thoughtful planning, you can ensure that hope continues to grow in Palestine. Join the Bimlers and the Neffs in becoming a Legacy Donor today! Contact Beth Nelson Chase to learn more: firstname.lastname@example.org
Here’s a message from Don and Sue:
If you’ve already included Bright Stars of Bethlehem in your estate plans or for more information about wills, bequest or other types of planned gifts, please contact Kris Ducett Wagner.