Besides regular giving options (online and via a check in the mail), below are some other ways that you can partner with us financially to help the ministry continuing moving forward.
Workplace Giving: Workplace giving campaigns are annual, employer-sponsored charitable campaigns that allow you and your fellow employees to support non-profit organizations through payroll deductions. Often, your employer will match your gift, doubling or even tripling the impact to FFICM. Simply select FFICM as recipient of your workplace giving/payroll giving.
Tribute/Memorial: Make a gift in honor or in memory of a special person. Birthdays, anniversaries, teacher appreciation week, holidays. Honorees will receive notice of your thoughtfulness.
Stock Transfer: Make a donation of appreciated securities and you may receive an immediate tax deduction and savings on capital gains taxes you would have incurred had you sold the stock. Please consult your tax advisor before transferring stock.
Retirement Assets: Donating retirement assets, retirement plans, and life insurance policies is one of the best ways to make a gift. Naming FFICM as a beneficiary (or contingent beneficiary) of all or a percentage of your IRA, 401(k), or other retirement plan assets can save your estate both income and estate taxes.
Planned Gift: Bequests can be made for specific dollar amounts, a percentage of your estate, or for a remainder amount. If FFICM is already a part of your estate plan, please let us know.
FFICM will gladly accept a charitable gift annuity. Please contact your financial planner or tax advisor before finalizing an estate plan.
Please contact our office to learn more about Legacy Giving options.
In-Kind Gift: Another option is to donate printer ink, paper, envelopes, office supplies, or to pay for the airplane tickets for a specific trip. Talk to David Moore at the FFICM office for more information about current needs and how to make an “in-kind” donation to FFICM.Giving Options