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Distinctives Mission Increase language or phrasing. Fundraising topics that are unique to Mission Increase. These include: P-E-O, Theology of Giving, Transformational Giving Principles, and Case for Support.
Donor Advised Fund (DAF)According to National Christian Foundation, a Donor Advised Fund, (sometimes called a Giving Fund) like a charitable checking account. You make all kinds of gifts into the Fund – not just cash and checks but also appreciated non-cash assets like stocks, real estate, and business interests. And when you’re ready, you go online to recommend grants to your favorite charities, and our team at NCF sends the charity money to support their work. Not only will you experience tangible benefits that simplify your giving and multiply your impact, but you also join tens of thousands of givers around the world in an unprecedented movement of Christian generosity. Commonly used in conjunction with developing champions, building community, communicate effectively and lead strategically.
Employer Identification Number (EIN)The Employer Identification Number (EIN), also known as the Federal Employer Identification Number or the Federal Tax Identification Number, is a unique nine-digit number assigned by the Internal Revenue Service to business entities operating in the United States for the purposes of identification.
Estate Giving / Legacy Gifts / Planned Giving According to Money For Ministries Estate Gifts called “legacy gifts,” “planned giving” or “gifts in the will,” legacy giving is the process of a donor designating a financial or asset-based gift to a nonprofit in their will or trust. It’s basically adding their favorite nonprofit (you!) as an heir to a portion of their estate or will. There are a variety of ways to structure estate gifts: some tools offer tax benefits, others pay the donor a monthly stipend throughout their lifetime. All planned gifts are arranged now to be given later, after the donor has passed away. We like to refer to legacy giving as “an act of worship.” If we really believe God owns everything and we’re simply stewards of His resources, it’s easy to think about blessing a ministry or cause we care about as a “thank you” to Him.