You may have opportunities available to help fund the present needs of our ministry partners and to provide for the future of their Gospel outreach efforts, including:
Legacy giving is a way you can plan now to give to the future needs of Reach A Village’s ministry partners. As their ministry continues to grow and expand to new areas, their needs for resources, training and operating expenses continue to grow, too. Review the enclosed brochure to find more details about the structure and benefits of legacy giving.
For those who file U.S. tax returns, there are also potential tax benefits unique to this type of giving. Please consult your legal or financial advisor for information specific to your investment portfolio and estate plan.
Click the button below to learn more. We encourage you to pray and ask God for His direction as you make investments and plans for the future. Know that your gifts to Reach A Village directly benefit our ministry partners worldwide and help make sure the Gospel reaches those who haven’t yet heard about Jesus.
How to Give From Your IRA
Are you 70 ½ years old or older? If you are, you can make a life-changing gift from your IRA account to Reach A Village and potentially save on your taxes!
Gifts of up to $100,000 per year that are made from your IRA to a qualified charity may not be considered taxable income, and may qualify for your required minimum distribution, which could lower your income and taxes. There are two easy steps to initiate the process.
Step 1) Notify Reach A Village
To confirm the proper crediting of your IRA donation, please contact us to notify us about your donation.
Step 2) Provide direction to your custodian/financial institution
Completing your IRA donation is easy. Simply download this IRA donation letter of intent, complete it and send it to your IRA Custodian or financial institution. The distribution must be postmarked by December 31, 2022 to qualify for this year.
*Limitations may apply regarding a gift from your IRA. Consult your tax advisor to learn more about making an IRA charitable rollover gift.