Everybody needs a will
Whether you’re 18 or 108, everyone should have a will in place. People use wills to choose who gets their property, name guardians for minor children, provide a plan for pets, and more.
Through a will, many people also choose to leave a part of their estate to The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry and make an impact on the causes they love, for years to come.
Why give in your will?
Common gifted assets in wills and trusts
- Financial accounts
- Real estate
- Brokerage accounts
- Crypto and NFTs
- Personal property
Make your will online – for free!
The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry has partnered with FreeWill to offer an online estate planning tool that makes it easy and cost-free to make your plan. In as little as 20 minutes, you can help support our mission for future generations.
Estate planning checklist
Ten important documents to get your affairs in order.
Sample bequest language for your will or trust
This language may help you and your attorney as you consider a gift that will meet your financial and personal goals.
When it’s time to update your will, you can use a codicil—an addition or supplement that explains or modifies your existing will.
Partnering Today. Preparing a Legacy.
The Friends of Israel Gospel Ministry exists to build bridges and bring hope. Your partnership today is helping to reach people with biblical truth about Israel and the Messiah while bringing physical and spiritual comfort to the Jewish people. Your legacy preparation for the future will help ensure the continuation of the support of Israel and the love of the Jewish people as Scripture commands.
I always benefit from the conferences and the magazine articles. My husband came to a saving knowledge of Christ through your ministry. You are a bright light in a very dark world.
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes! Gifts of any size are deeply appreciated. Many people choose to leave a percentage of their estate, which scales up or down with your estate size.
Yes! Knowing in advance about your intentions is quite helpful to our staff, but you are always welcome to not share your gift.
We’ve partnered with FreeWill to help you make a will or trust at no cost to you. You can use this to complete your plans, or you may choose to use the same tools to get your affairs in order before visiting an attorney (who is likely to have a fee associated with finalizing your plans).
Yes. You are always free to revise or update your estate plans.
Yes! FreeWill will never share your personal information without your permission.
FOI’s Advancement team
More ways to make an impact
Gifting assets not covered by your will — like 401(k) or IRA accounts — may help your heirs avoid unwanted taxes, even if you’re below the estate tax threshold.
Popular tax-smart gifts
Many people are increasingly choosing to give non-cash assets, so they can have a bigger impact at less cost to them.