Consider giving the gift that keeps on giving
United Way of Pickens County offers individuals the opportunity to make a meaningful and lasting gift to the community through their estate plans. Planned gifts are vital to helping United Way of Pickens County perpetually meet the Education
, Financial Stability
and Basic Needs
of the community.
When you create a planned gift to United Way of Pickens County, you will be recognized as a member of the Heritage Society – a special group of individuals who have included United Way of Pickens County in their estate plans. Heritage Society members create a lasting legacy of support to meet the needs of future generations of Pickens County residents.
Rob and Ann Ackley
Connie and June Bowers
Bill and Theresa Caldwell
Jim and Julie Capaldi
Mark and Sheree Chapman
Drake and Ada Curry
Dr. Wing and Florence Fung
Jim and Betty Garrison
Jim and Julee Kaplan
Betty and Peter Michael Morton
Wayne and Heidi Pendergrass
Larry and Diana Pope
Jeff and Natalie Putman
Will and Ashley Ragsdale
Richard and Laura Shick
Dr. Jonathan and Amy Strange
Harold and Betsy Weaver
Carey and Claudia York
We invite you to add your name to the growing list of members of the Heritage Society by contacting Mark Eisengrein at 864-850-7094, x 108.
Planned Giving Tools
BEQUEST: A bequest is the act of leaving something in your will. Learn more about the different types of bequests and recommended language by clicking here.
CODICIL: A codicil is a document used to make an amendment to your will. Download and attach this document to your will to add United Way to your estate plan.
GIFTS OF STOCK: Learn about giving the gift of stock by clicking here.
FREE WILL: Through our partnership with United Way Worldwide, you can create a free will through FreeWill.com. Simply visit their website and utilize the guide that will walk you through the 20 minute process. As a reminder, you are invited to make a final gift to United Way of Pickens County through your will. This is an easy way to give from your remaining assets, and it will allow you to support those in need in our community for generations to come. Once you have completed your Free Will, be sure to print a copy, sign it, and have a couple of people witness your signature to make it official. Don't forget to place your original, signed will with your other important legal and financial documents, in a place where family members can find it one day. You may want to give a copy of your official will to anyone whose name is listed in your will. Once your Free Will is official, we recommend that you have a local attorney review the contents of your will, so that it complies with all your wishes.
Heritage Society Quarterly Newsletter
Sign up for our quarterly Heritage Society newsletter to stay informed.
Please contact Mark Eisengrein, 864-850-7094 x108, with any questions.