Legacy Giving with A.R.E.
For nearly 90 years, the Cayce Work continues to provide tools for Wellness, Personal Empowerment, and Spiritual Growth.
A charitable bequest is the most common way to provide for the future of A.R.E. With this type of gift, you direct in your will that certain money or property be transferred to A.R.E.Learn About Bequests
Members and friends often tell us they would like to make a significant gift to A.R.E. but are hesitant to part with assets they may need in the future. Thankfully, it is possible to leave a meaningful legacy to A.R.E.—your spiritual family—without neglecting personal or birth-family obligations.Learn More
Retirement funds, such as a 401(k) or IRA, can be a great asset to leave to the A.R.E. Without careful planning, over 70% of retirement assets could end up going to pay estate and income taxes.Learn More
A gift of real estate, whether it is a residence, vacation home, or farm, can allow you to make a significant contribution. An acceptable piece of property is one that can be readily sold.Learn More
Securities are among the most popular assets used in making charitable donations today, especially since selling these assets often incurs capital gains taxes. Consider making a cost-effective gift to the A.R.E.Learn More
A.R.E. Office of Philanthropy
215 67th Street
Virginia Beach, VA 23451-2061
Direct line: 757-457-7165
Before she passed at age 104, Judy Eubank made a gift of a bequest to Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E., she attributing her longevity to the Edgar Cayce health readings.