There are many ways you can encourage dialogue among the next generation of young Israelis, Palestinians and Americans by including Hands of Peace in your estate plans:
- Include a bequest to Hands of Peace in your Will or Revocable Trust
- Designate Hands of Peace as a beneficiary of your Retirement Assets - IRA, 401(k), 403(b) or pension
- Name Hands of Peace as a beneficiary of your Life Insurance policy or Bank Account
How it works
- Sign the appropriate paperwork making Hands of Peace a beneficiary of your will, trust, insurance or retirement assets (see sample bequest language).
- After your lifetime, money and assets are distributed to your heirs and Hands of Peace as directed by your estate plan documents.
- Hands of Peace uses your bequest for the purpose(s) you specify.
- Maintain control of your assets during your lifetime
- Have the flexibility to modify your bequest if your circumstances change
- Reduce your taxable estate by the amount given to Hands of Peace
- Make a significant gift to Hands of Peace and designate how it should be used
- Experience the satisfaction of knowing you can continue to support youth dialogue and peacebuilding even past your lifetime.
Long-time Hands of Peace supporters Larry and Rose Feder have seen how Hands of Peace transforms young lives, and have made a bequest to see that work continue beyond their lifetimes. You too can include Hands of Peace in your estate plan to provide hope for youth leaders as part of your legacy. By making a gift in this way, you will shape young peacebuilders through dialogue and skills building even after your lifetime.