From Success to Significance, Leisure to Legacy
As Americans, we work hard for our financial success. And we look forward to reaping the rewards of that work—enjoying leisure time in our retirement, leaving something for our children and grandchildren. These are worthy goals making all those years worthwhile. Aren't they? Or do we still yearn for a deeper meaning—a greater sense of the significance of our efforts?
We know that almost universally, people in developing nations who are poor have a deep desire to change their lives. They do not want to be in poverty and they are willing to work exceptionally hard to do whatever is necessary to be free of the ravages it brings. These are people who are every bit as worthy as are we. The only difference between us and them is where we happened to be born.
Including the work of Outreach International as part of your financial legacy ensures that our life-transforming work among the world's poor is sustained well beyond our lifetime. If you have not already done so, please consider naming Outreach International in your will or estate plan. We will be honored to include you as members of our Legacy Circle, whose number is more than one hundred strong and growing. To view our Legacy Circle Wall of honor, go to outreach-international.org/legacycirclewall.
We will assist you as you make this important decision, and can provide free, no obligation estate planning materials to supplement your professional resources. Contact Nancy E. Browne, Director of Development at 816-833-0883, Ext. 316 or 888-833-1235 USA or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"With the Legacy Circle, Outreach International provides a terrific personal opportunity to contribute to sustainable good. I gladly leave what resources I can so people in poverty are empowered to alleviate their condition."—Harry Ashenhurst, Chairman, Board of Directors, Outreach International
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