Additional Ways to Give
Honorariums & Memoriams
A gift to the Good Shepherd Endowment is a special way to remember or honor your loved ones on special occasions or holidays. Giving gifts, in memory of loved ones who have died, persons we wish to honor and for any other reason, is a fine way to ensure that the heritage of Good Shepherd and its outreach work will continue. Those honored and the families of those remembered will be notified of your gift.
If you would like to make a donation in memory or in honor of a loved one, please click here. All memorial and honorarium gifts are applied to the church’s Endowment fund unless otherwise noted.
To learn more about making a donation in honor of a loved one, click here.
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To learn more about making a stock gift, click here.
You are a vital part of Good Shepherd. We are grateful for your support of this parish today and thank you for considering supporting Good Shepherd for years to come. You can help by supporting the Good Shepherd Endowment with a gift in your estate plans, called a planned gift. With a little bit of planning, you can ensure the mission of The Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd continues for generations to come.
To learn more about planned giving, click here.