Wills & Estate Planning

Planning Ahead Never Made More Sense

The Salvation Army appreciates the generous support of all its contributors.  For many, not only do they provide support to us throughout their lives, in the form of both financial and time commitments, but they also remember The Salvation Army when they plan their estates and create their wills.

However, it is not enough to make a bequest that reads "To The Salvation Army of Maine, Vermont or New Hampshire..." as there is no such entity or organization legally recognized by that name.  Simply including the language stated above will not direct your gift to The Salvation Army operations in your hometown.

Therefore, to ensure that your gift is allocated as you desire, please contact our Planned Giving staff for the proper bequest language consistent with your legacy goals, so we can ensure that your generosity benefits The Salvation Army's service to the local community or your desired program.

We recommend that when you choose to make a planned gift to The Salvation Army in Northern New England that you consult with your professional financial advisor or attorney. We will be happy to provide information and work with your advisor or attorney to complete your gift.

By clicking on the brochure below you can view further information that may help you as you begin the process of planning your will.

Techniques for 
Planning a Successful Will






We encourage you to learn more about these charitable opportunities with The Salvation Army by contacting our Planned Giving staff.

Amy Anderson
Planned Giving Director
Amy.Anderson@use.salvationarmy. org
1-866-674-4391 x234
Stephanie Sukeforth
Planned Giving Coordinator
1-866-674-4391 x235