Planned Giving

leg·a·cy | noun

leaving the world better for generations.

Volunteers of America, Utah has stepped forward to support Utah’s most vulnerable for over thirty years. During this time, we have expanded services to more people each year and helped shape Utah’s plan to end chronic homelessness through our resource centers and supportive services. Our goal is to continue to find paths out of homelessness and roads to recovery but, if we are to achieve this, we need to look toward our future. Planned giving through a charitable gift annuity, estate gift, or stock transfer will provide necessary funding for future programs and services of Volunteers of America, Utah.

When you make a gift in your will to Volunteers of America, Utah you create a legacy that touches many lives. Ensure important decisions are made for your family, manage your personal financial plan, and extend your ability to help people in receiving compassionate service for generations. Please remember us in your will and contact Michael Bryant at

The Federal Tax ID for Volunteers of America, Utah is 94-3008720.

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    A bequest is a gift made through your will or trust. It is one of the most flexible and easiest ways to leave a lasting legacy through your support of Volunteers of America, Utah. It also lessens the burden of taxes on your family and may qualify you to receive tax savings.

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    Estate Planning

    Estate planning ensures the legacy of love and care that you leave for your family can be encouraging and even inspiring. Estate planning helps you to think about how you want your assets to be distributed when you pass away, and to assist you in gathering the information your attorney will need.