Bequests, Wills, and Trusts

1The most common way in which our benefactors remember the Salvatorians is with a bequest made through one's Will or other estate planning document.  You may wish to leave a designated dollar amount, a specific property or account, or a percentage of your estate. Or you may elect to make a gift of "what's left" after all other bequests have been satisfied.  Please inform us if you have included the Society of the Divine Savior in your Will or other final estate plan.

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Benefactors who let us know that they have remembered the Society of the Divine Savior in their Wills or other estate plans are immediately enrolled in our Perpetual Mass Association.  They are assured a daily remembrance in the Masses and prayers of all Salvatorians, including a special Mass celebrated each day at our Salvatorian motherhouse in Rome.

For further information, please contact our planned giving department at 1-800-254-4902.

Mission Statement
Founded in 1881 by Father Francis Jordan, the Society of the Divine Savior is a Roman Catholic religious community, praying and working to share the love and mercy of our Savior, Jesus Christ, through all possible means.


Salvatorians answer this calling through
many diverse ministries, including-
-Feeding the Poor
-Hospital, nursing home and prison ministries
-Campus Ministries
-Pastors in parish ministry
-Ministering to the marginalized
-Supporting communities under duress
-Camp counselors
-Anti-human trafficking
-Shipping medical, food and supplies to missions
-Foreign missionaries
-Support to at-risk youth
-Teachers and administrators