Estate Planning

Estate Planning is a wonderful way to support BCOC.  By including BCOC in your will, you will help make a lasting difference in Bucks County for years to come.

Join the Mark and Mimi Worthington Society:

    • Established in 2021 in honor of Mark and Mimi Worthington, any donor who make an estate gift to the Bucks County Opportunity Council will be recognized as a member.  Mark Worthington is a former member of the Board of Directors and a strong advocate for the Economic Self-Sufficiency program.

Leave Bucks County Opportunity Council in your will:

  • Donors can leave the Bucks County Opportunity Council in their will.  These types of gifts do not impact their day to day living but provide an opportunity to make a substantial gift through careful planning.

  • A residual bequest comes to BCOC after your estate expenses and other bequests are paid: 

    • I give and devise to the Bucks County Opportunity Council, Doylestown, PA, all (or state a percentage) of the rest, residue, and remainder of my estate, both real and personal to be used for its general operations or (a particular program).

  • You can make a specific request in terms of a program or an amount of money.

    • I give and devise to the Bucks County Opportunity Council, Doylestown, PA, the sum of $_________ to be used for the Economic Self-Sufficiency program or for general support.

For more information on how to set up an Estate gift or become part of the Mark and Mimi Worthington Society, contact:

Please contact Joe Cuozzo, Director of Development at jcuozzo@bcoc.org or 215-345-8175 x204

consult your financial planner, lawyer or tax advisor for specific legal, tax or investment language.