Welcome! We are pleased that you have interest in learning about the mission and ministry of the Virginia United Methodist Foundation and in discovering how you may benefit through a gift plan to create a lasting legacy. The staff are eager to help with answers to your questions.

The Foundation was founded in 1971 as an agency of the Virginia Conference of The United Methodist Church. The Foundation currently manages nearly $51-million in various endowment and investment accounts for local United Methodist churches and agencies throughout Virginia. The Foundation operates with investment counsel at Merrill Lynch in meeting the Socially Responsible Investing Principles of the Book of Discipline. Returns on investment (ROI) have been matching similar market benchmarks.

The Foundation also makes grants to conference and church ministries which have a strategic ministry component.

The Foundation further provides counsel and support to individual donors looking to create legacy plans to provide for their family and for ministry. If you have any questions about the best way for you to benefit through a planned gifts, please call.

A member of our Team will be very pleased to help you.

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