Planned Giving Services

Impacting Lives for Eternity.

We’re here to help you maximize your gifts to charity.

Many of us can make a gift by writing a check without assistance but some gifts require additional expertise to maximize Biblical, legal and tax-efficient objectives. That is Planned Giving. It takes some planning to complete the gift. That’s where we come in; we are the technicians who can help you accomplish your giving objectives. We act as a conduit, facilitating your gifts to the charitable organization(s) of your choosing.

We have a variety of Biblical financial solutions designed to help you “do good, be rich in good deeds, and to be generous and willing to share”
(1 Timothy 6:17-19).

Types of gifts

Give more than you thought possible.


Fully tax-deductible up to 60% of your Adjusted Gross Income


Avoid capital gains taxes AND claim an income tax deduction for their value

Real Estate

Avoid capital gains taxes AND claim an income tax deduction for their value


Receive a tax reduction rather than a tax deduction, because the gifted asset is not reported as income


Virtual currency is taxed as property, not currency.
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impact for today: current gifts

Gifts you make during your lifetime.

An account for giving to the causes you care about. Receive tax benefits, invest for growth, and experience flexibility to give anywhere, anytime.

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A giving account for donating from your IRA. Must be 70 1/2 or older to qualify.

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impact for tomorrow: Legacy Gifts

Gifts made at your death while providing benefits you can enjoy during your lifetime.

Making a gift through your Will or Trust.

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Listing a charity as beneficiary on financial account or insurance policies.

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A gift that provides fixed income for your lifetime.

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Provides income and tax incentives as well as a gift to charity.

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A long term investment producing annual income for the charity of your choosing.

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Gifts a home or farmland to charity at your death but allows the donor to live/operate the property until then.

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“Tell those who are rich in this world not to be proud and not to trust in their money, which will soon be gone. But their trust should be in the living God, who richly gives us all we need for our enjoyment. Tell them to use their money to do good. They should be rich in good works and should give generously to those in need, always being ready to share with others whatever God has given them. By doing this they will be storing up their treasure as a good foundation for the future so that they may take hold of real life.” -1 Timothy 6:17-19