Leaving a Legacy
God directs the events of our lives to draw us closer to Him (Acts 17:26-27). He also uses specific times and events in your life to impact your gift planning, which can result in great benefits for both you and your favorite ministry organizations. Important events include the sale of appreciated assets, the sale of a business, the sale of a farm and retirement. All of these are excellent times to consider a Planned Gift. Planned Gifts may be made either during your lifetime or at death. They usually involve the assistance of professionals such as your accountant, attorney or financial planner.
Gifts to support Resonate Global Mission can be donated in a variety of ways. As a supporter, you can make a donation through your bank account, on a credit card, with cash, and even by giving stocks.
There are many creative ways to give as well. For example, any appreciated asset—cars, land, businesses, life insurance policies and much more—can be given in a variety of ways and over varying periods of time.
You can give in a variety of ways including:
- A bequest in a Will
- Gifts of Stocks, Security, Appreciated Property
- Charitable Gift Annuities
- Gift of Life Insurance
Give through one of our Stewardship Partners
In the United States, we work with the Barnabas Foundation, a Christian charity that helps Christians make tax-wise decisions regarding the transfer of their financial resources, as well offering stewardship education. Barnabas offers a variety of creative ways to give to Resonate Global Mission through their foundation.
In Canada, we work with Christian Stewardship Services, a Christian charity that gives practical advice on stewardship. They assist people with charitable giving, retirement planning, personal finances as well as estate and will planning. CSS offers a variety of ways to give to Resonate Global Mission through their foundation.
Begin Planning Now
To begin planning a gift for right now or in the future, contact us and we can help walk you through the options that best fit your needs: