Establish Your Legacy
One aspect of life that is inevitable is change. As life changes, it is important to plan ahead by distributing your estates and other assets. One’s estate is a sacred trust. It has accumulated over the years through work, prudent management and God’s providence. When you give to the LOPC Foundation, you show your love for God, and help preserve LOPC’s Mission and Vision for future generations. Through the grace of God, we have been blessed with many past and present LOPC members with a philanthropic spirit to go above and beyond when giving.
The LOPC Foundation was formed to help people create more value from their assets and to thoughtfully consider and plan the distribution of family assets remaining when life is complete. The Foundation can be used by estates both large and small to further God’s work through LOPC and its outreach to those in need. Individuals can benefit from the knowledge that gifts made to the Foundation will continue to work year after year. Consider becoming a Friend of the LOPC Foundation.
LOPC Foundation Vision Statement
The Foundation strives to be a permanent, reliable source of significant funding for LOPC’s ministries.
LOPC Foundation Mission Statement
Mission of Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church Foundation:
To grant funds to LOPC to help:
- Support Vibrant, Ongoing and New Ministries.
- Expand Mission Outreach.
- Maintain LOPC Facilities.
To encourage and assist LOPC members and friends to contribute to the Foundation through immediate and planned gifts.
To preserve Foundation capital and promote its long-term growth through prudent investment.
Contact a Foundation Trustee
L to R (back): Jim Beckemeyer, Lois Boyd, Doug Bontemps, Dara Youngdale, Mike Ross. L to R (front): Staci Johnston, Kristi Haigh, Jen Crocker, Linda Fodrini-Johnson.
To learn more about how to become a Friend of the LOPC Foundation and make a planned legacy gift or to have a confidential discussion about opportunities to give to Lafayette-Orinda Presbyterian Church Foundation, please contact Jim Beckemeyer, Foundation President.