FCA encourages donors to consider other unique giving opportunities beyond cash donations as a means to impact the sports ministry. Much of the world’s wealth is tied up in assets rather than available in cash. Donors can be good stewards and leave a legacy through estate planning and the charitable donations of non-cash assets.

FCA’s 4-step gift planning process:

  1. Pray – for God’s will in your stewardship planning
  2. Explore – how to maximize charitable giving while minimizing or even eliminating taxes
  3. Create – a gift plan to benefit FCA and/or other charities with the assistance of your financial planner and/or attorney
  4. Implement – the plan with the help of your adviser and FCA

Planned Giving

Gift planning allows you to leave a legacy through the ministry of FCA. The options are endless and include such opportunities as the donation of real estate, business inventory, charitable gift annuities, bequests and more. Some methods of giving occur now, some after your death, and some even allow you to draw income. To learn more about possible options, view the FCA Gift Planning Brochure. Your financial planner and/or attorney can assist by recommending options that would be beneficial to your individual situation.

FCA is partnering with Ronald Blue & Co. to assist donors across the country with philanthropic strategies, planned giving and estate planning needs. To learn more about this or for general gift planning information, contact Heather Williams at hwilliams@fca.org or 1-800-289-0909 ext. 1115.