Each time you donate to GAiN, you help advance the Great Commission and the Great Commandment by providing our Cru partners with credibility, access, and enhancement toward the goal to build spiritual movements everywhere.

Not only can you donate today, you can plan to leave a legacy of kindness through estate planning and non-cash gift options. By planning a gift through your overall financial and estate plans, you can do more than you thought possible to help people living in the toughest places on earth.

Some estate planning opportunities you might consider include:

Appreciated Assets

Donating appreciated securities, including stocks or bonds, is an easy and tax-effective way for you to make a gift to GAiN.

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IRA Rollover

In 2015, Congress enacted a law, which allows individuals age 70½ or older to make charitable gifts directly from their IRA.

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Wills and Bequests

A charitable bequest is one of the easiest and most flexible ways that you can leave a gift to GAiN that will make a lasting impact.

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GAiN’s Legal Information

If you include GAiN in your plans, please refer to our legal name and federal tax ID.

Legal Name: GAiN International
Address: 2001 West Plano Parkway, 2200, Plano, TX 75075
Federal Tax ID Number: 95-4578963

Estate Planning: Transferring Appreciated Assets

Donating appreciated securities, including stocks or bonds, is an easy and tax-effective way for you to make a gift to GAiN.

Potential Benefits

  • Avoid paying capital gains tax.
  • Receive a charitable income tax deduction.
  • Enjoy possible increased income.
  • Further our mission today!

 

Make Your Gift Today by Electronic Transfer

It’s easy. Please download the “Transferring Stock Shares” document below for delivery instructions to make a transfer from your brokerage account to GAiN or call 972-841-7590.

Estate Planning: Transferring Stock Shares

Send Us Your Gift by Mail

If you hold securities in certificate form, you will need to use two envelopes to complete your gift. Place the unsigned stock certificate(s) in one envelope. In the other, include a signed stock power for each certificate. You may obtain this from your broker or bank. Please remember to use certified mail.  

Estate Planning: IRA Rollover

In 2015, Congress enacted a permanent extension of the IRA charitable rollover. As a result, individuals age 70½ or older can make gifts directly from their IRA to charity in 2015, 2016, and beyond.

You may be looking for a way to make a big difference to help further our mission. If you are 70½ or older, you might be interested in lowering the income and taxes from your IRA withdrawals. An IRA charitable rollover is a way you can help continue our work and benefit this year. Download the “IRA Charitable Rollover” document below for instructions.

Potential Benefits

  • Avoid taxes on transfers up to $100,000 from your IRA to our organization.
  • Satisfy your required minimum distribution (RMD) for the year.
  • Reduce your taxable income, even if you do not itemize deductions.
  • Make a gift that is not subject to the 50 percent deduction limits on charitable gifts.
  • Help further the work and mission of our organization.

Estate Planning: IRA Charitable Rollover

How an IRA Charitable Rollover Gift Works

  1. Contact your IRA plan administrator to make a gift from your IRA to us.
  2. Your IRA funds will be transferred directly to our organization to help continue our important work.
  3. Please note that IRA charitable rollover gifts do not qualify for a charitable deduction.
  4. Please contact us if you want your gift to be used for a specific purpose.

Estate Planning: Wills and Bequests

A charitable bequest is one of the easiest and most flexible ways you can leave a gift to GAiN that will make a lasting impact.

Potential Benefits

  • Receive an estate tax charitable deduction.
  • Reduce the burden of taxes on your family.
  • Leave a lasting legacy to charity.

 

A bequest is one of the easiest gifts to make. With the help of an attorney, you can include language in your will or trust specifying a gift to be made to family, friends, or GAiN as part of your estate plan, or you can make a bequest using a beneficiary designation form.

How to Leave a Bequest to GAiN

  • Include a bequest to GAiN in your will or revocable trust.
  • Designate GAiN as a full, partial, or contingent beneficiary of your retirement account (IRA, 401(k), 403(b) or pension).
  • Name GAiN as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy.

Types of Bequests

  • Percentage bequest—make a gift of a percentage of your estate.
  • Specific bequest—make a gift of a specific dollar amount or a specific asset.
  • Residual bequest—make a gift from the balance or residue of your estate.

Download the “Sample Bequest Language” document below.

Estate Planning: Sample Bequest Language

Note: If you have been so generous as to include a bequest to GAiN as part of your estate plan, please let us know using the email form below. We would like to recognize you and your family for your generosity.

If you have questions about gifts of appreciated assets, gifts of stock, IRA charitable rollover, or leaving a bequest to GAiN send an email to our Development team using the form below.