Planned Gifts are powerful ways to give and reach more people with God’s love.
With 35 years of non-profit experience, John Frick, M.B.A., M.A.C.M., C.F.R.E., is passionate about making Jesus known.
Contact John today to find out how you can leave a legacy of generosity that will be remembered for generations.
Planned gifts provide tax-wise opportunities to protect your family and reach more people with the Gospel now and in the future.
We can help provide information about gifts in your will or trust, tax-wise gifts of non-cash assets, and gifts that pay you income.
Get practical information on planning a gift in your will or trust with seminars and online resources. You can also meet with our professional planned giving partners who will help you every step along the way.
Your will or trust will give your family, and you, peace of mind and leave a legacy of reaching people with the Gospel.
You can give cash, stock or other appreciated assets to help reach people with the Gospel. In exchange, you’ll receive an immediate charitable deduction and then steady payments for life – most of it tax-free.
Learn more about the gift options that will pay you income and help make God’s love visible in the Middle East and North Africa.
Giving non-cash assets to help reach people with the Gospel is a way for you to save on taxes and give without restricting your cash flow. You can give stock, real estate, business interests, and more.
Learn more about non-cash giving options and how our professional planned giving partners can help manage your gift transfers.
If you are 70½ or older, you can make gifts from your IRA and receive significant tax benefits in return. It is convenient, tax-wise means to make God’s love visible to people in the Middle East and North Africa.
Learn more about IRA benefits and gift requirements to increase your impact and reduce your taxable income.
If you have benefited from cryptocurrency investments, you can donate it and receive a charitable deduction, avoid capital gains taxes and help reach new audiences with God’s love in the Middle East and North Africa.
We partner with the Barnabas Foundation who is set up and qualified to securely receive and convert your cryptocurrency to cash.
A DAF works like a “charitable giving account.” You make a gift to your DAF and receive an immediate tax deduction. You then request grants to be made at your discretion to your church, SAT‑7, and other ministries.
The financial content provided on sat7usa.org is educational in nature. It is not offering professional tax, legal, or accounting advice. For specific advice about the effect of any planning concept on your tax or financial situation or with your estate, please consult a qualified professional advisor.