LEAVE A LEGACY TO BE REMEMBERED
Support the ministry of Prison Fellowship® while realizing tax benefits, providing income for yourself and your loved ones, and wisely stewarding the resources God has entrusted to you.
WILLS AND TRUSTS
As part of your estate plan, retain ownership and use your assets during your life while also benefiting Prison Fellowship® with a gift in your will or revocable living trust.
WE’RE HERE TO HELP YOU PLAN YOUR LEGACY
MEET KRISTINE STEAKLEY
Kristine first joined Prison Fellowship in 1996. As senior director of planned giving, she serves Prison Fellowship donors in the Eastern half of the United States with charitable estate planning techniques and smart tax strategies for wise stewardship, helping individuals and families thoughtfully consider their legacy and eternal impact. A graduate of Messiah College and the University of South Carolina School of Law, Kristine is a member of the South Carolina Bar and a published author. She lives in the Atlanta, GA, area with her family.
MEET BILL JOHNSON
Bill serves Prison Fellowship donors in the Western half of the United States as director of planned giving. He joined the ministry in 2021, bringing more than 11 years of experience helping donors plan their philanthropy with organizations like Wycliffe Bible Translators and St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. Bill is a graduate of Seattle Pacific University and lives in Snohomish, WA, with his wife of 38 years.
"God has blessed us financially, and we will continue to give to Prison Fellowship because we have seen firsthand that they are making a huge difference in the lives of prisoners, their families, and society."
"Giving to Prison Fellowship isn’t just giving. It’s an investment. I’ve had the privilege of supporting a lot of different ministries, but none give the reward of the return that Prison Fellowship does, in terms of money used well. Prison Fellowship is using those gifts to change people’s lives. To me that’s an incredible investment."