Consider a Planned Gift

Have you considered ways you might leave an enduring financial legacy in support of the ministries of New England Quakers? 

New England Yearly Meeting of Friends gratefully accepts restricted gifts to our Endowment Fund, the income from which provides sustaining, unrestricted support for the ministries of New England Quakers. We can provide specific language you can share with your attorney to consider including in your will.

We're also partnering with Everence, a faith-based, non-profit financial services organization, to facilitate a range of other ways you can include New England Friends—your local meeting, the Yearly Meeting, or both—in your estate plans, while ensuring support for your and your family's needs both now and in the future. More detailed information and resources  on how this partnership can support your gift intentions will be posted here soon.

We know everyone's situation is unique, so we'd love to have a confidential conversation to help you prayerfully consider your options. 

Our full organizational name is New England Yearly Meeting of Friends. We are recognized by the Internal Revenue Service as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, non-profit organization, as well as classified as a church and a public charity. Our Employer Identification Number (Tax ID) is: 05-6002914. 

Interested in More Information?

Contact Noah Merrill, Yearly Meeting Secretary, by email or call 617-615-6396 to begin a conversation.