Planned Giving

Would you like to touch the future even after your earthly journey is completed? Bequests and planned giving present donors the opportunity to do just that by establishing a legacy that will inspire and be remembered for generations to come. Remembering the Carmelite Sisters in a bequest or through another form of planned giving will not only provide future support for the Carmelite Sisters, but you can rest assured of responsible stewardship that will put your money to work for a cause in which you believed and supported during life – the mission of the Carmelite Sisters….

· Educating for life with the Mind and Heart of Christ
· Fostering a deeper spiritual life among God’s people

Create a lasting legacy to the values and ideals that are the tenets of your earthly life by remembering the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles through planned giving in a will, estate plan, charitable trust or other type of deferred charitable gift. Your generosity means a great deal to us and will, over the years, provide a strong financial foundation to help us fulfill our Carmelite mission in many ways.

Planned giving is not reserved only for those with great wealth. It is as simple as adding a bequest to the Carmelite Sisters in your will. A planned gift or bequest, be it 2% or 20% of your total assets, will ensure that we will have the resources needed to continue our apostolic work for generations to come.

When you choose to make your gift, please notify us as we desire to recognize your contribution and express our gratitude to you personally for your generosity. May God reward you!

If you would like to include the Carmelite Sisters in your plans, please use our legal name and federal tax ID.

  • Legal Name:Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles
  • Address: 920 East Alhambra Road, Alhambra, California 91801
  • Federal Tax ID Number: 95-2564138

For more information, contact our Advancement Office at 626-289-1353 x244 or fill in below:

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