Planned Giving

What is Planned Giving?

Planned giving is a decision by an individual to designate money or property as a donation to a qualified not-for-profit organization, and to receive the numerous tax benefits that derive from that generosity. A wide range of giving opportunities fit under the planned giving umbrella, including charitable bequests, life income gift arrangements such as charitable remainder trusts and gift annuities, gifts of real estate and gifts that use retirement and insurance plan benefits. 

Why Consider a Planned Gift to Faith In Practice?

Many supporters hold the mission of Faith In Practice close to their hearts.  A planned gift to Faith In Practice will ensure that the work they have so faithfully done to continue into the future.  Having earned a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator for fiscal responsibility and accountability for eleven consecutive years, Faith In Practice is committed to honoring the trust placed in us by our donors. As an approved charity under IRS section 501(c)(3), Faith In Practice is an eligible recipient of charitable gifts and trusts and therefore provides estate planning tax advantages.

 

Type of Planned Gifts

  • Wills or Bequests
  • Retirement Plan Assets
  • Charitable Gift Annuity
  • Charitable Remainder Trust
  • Gift or Real Estate
  • Gifts of Life Insurance

 

Considering a Gift?

We strongly suggest that you consult with your attorney first or other independent professional advisor to ensure that your plans are in compliance with all applicable laws. 

 

Faith In Practice's Federal ID Number is 76-0415986.

 

For additional information, please contact development@faithinpractice.org.