Leave Money to the St Paul Endowment in your Will
A will specifies what you want to be done with your assets after your death. In addition to identifying who gets what, you can also use a will to designate a charitable bequest and set up trust funds for specific charities. Naming St. Paul Endowment Fund as the beneficiary in your will or living trust is one of the simplest ways to donate to the church through estate planning. Plus, it can lower the amount of your taxable estate and any estate taxes that could apply given the size of your estate.
Please remember to consult an estate planner, financial planner, attorney, or other professional to write your estate plan.