Non-Cash Gifts to MNA Can Be Given through the PCA Foundation
The PCA Foundation is committed to the goal of emphasizing Biblical principles of stewardship and providing services to help Christians carry out their stewardship responsibilities. The PCA Foundation offers all of the services detailed below and would be happy to assist you.
Gifts of Life Insurance: Ownership of a life insurance policy can be transferred to MNA, yielding tax benefits to the donor. Any subsequent premiums paid by the donor on the gifted policy may also qualify as a charitable deduction.
Charitable Remainder Trusts: Charitable remainder trusts provide current income for the donor or surviving beneficiaries and allow MNA to benefit from the remainder interest at a specified time in the future, usually the donor’s or surviving beneficiary’s death. The tax benefits for the donor depend on the payout provisions over the life of the trust.
Charitable Lead Trusts: A charitable lead trust provides current income for MNA for a number of years, and then the principal is returned to the designated beneficiary after a predetermined length of time. The tax benefits for the donor depend on the payout provisions over the life of the trust. Planned giving allows flexibility and tax advantages for donors who wish to make gifts to MNA. Planned gifts can be tailored to meet the needs of the donor and his or her family while at the same time providing for the current and future needs of MNA. One can even make a tax deductible contribution now but decide later which Christian ministries you would like to see benefit from your gift.
Please contact the Foundation at 678-825-1040 (Atlanta) or 800-700-3221. You may also contact the foundation by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. To link to their website, please click here www.pcafoundation.com.
But how are they to call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how are they to believe in Him of whom they have never heard? And how are they to hear without someone preaching? And how are they to preach unless they are sent? As it is written, “How beautiful are the feet of those who preach the good news!” Romans 10:14-15