Planned Giving


You can leave a legacy of values-centered service and create a socially just future for generations to come. With your legacy gift you can ensure future volunteers have the opportunity for meaningful service opportunities that transform lives. 

You can work with your attorney, financial advisor, or insurance broker to include JVC Northwest in your will, trust or other estate plan. JVC Northwest encourages donors to plan wisely and thoughtfully when making charitable decisions.

Some ways you can leave a planned or deferred gift to JVC Northwest

  1. Name Jesuit Volunteer Corps (JVC) Northwest as a charitable beneficiary of your will or trust. You may select a specific dollar amount or you can name a percentage of your estate.
  2. Name JVC Northwest as a charitable beneficiary of a life insurance policy. We accept gifts of new and existing whole life insurance (no term or non-dividend policies). You, as the donor, designate JVC Northwest as the sole owner and irrevocable beneficiary.
  3. Create a charitable trust naming JVC Northwest as the beneficiary.
  4. Name JVC Northwest as a charitable beneficiary of a retirement account.

Your estate attorney, tax attorney, CPA, or financial advisor can help you determine if any of these options will be a good fit for your overall financial plan. We can also help you determine how your gift will have the greatest impact on the mission of JVC Northwest. 

Please contact Anne Douglas, Director of Advancement, with any questions at by email or by phone at 503.335.8202.

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