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Indian Rocks

Foundation

What Does the Indian Rocks Foundation Do?

The Indian Rocks Foundation exists to develop financial resources to enable Indian Rocks Baptist Church to fulfill its mission of connecting people to who Jesus is and what He came to do. The Foundation seeks to encourage individuals to embrace this mission and consider investing financially to provide a growing fund and ensure the gospel of Jesus Christ is proclaimed locally and around the world for years to come.

The Indian Rocks Foundation, through partnership with the National Christian Foundation, is able to offer you a full range of charitable giving options to maximize your giving to Indian Rocks Baptist Church.

What Can

Your Money Do?

 

The Foundation is able to help the church provide for the community in many ways:

  • Support young people with scholarships to camp and other leadership events.
  • Invest in organizations that equip young people in our community.

  • Assist individuals entering the ministry with education expenses and further equip pastor, missionaries, and leaders with training opportunities.
  • Assist struggling churches or plant new churches here and around the world.

Ways You Can Give

The Indian Rocks Foundation provides a useful resource to donate non-cash gifts, therefore giving the donor the highest tax benefit. While giving to Indian Rocks Baptist Church usually comes by way of cash and checks, did you know that there are more efficient ways to give? Appreciated non-cash assets such as stocks, real estate, business assets, art collections, and jewelry are additional ways you can support the ministries of Indian Rocks. A gift of this kind would provide significant tax benefits for you and remove assets from your taxable estate.

Bequests

Name the Foundation as a beneficiary in your will or trust.

Charitable Gift Annuity

Make a gift to the Indian Rocks Foundation and receive fixed annuity payments for life.

Donor Advised Fund

Make a gift for an immediate tax deduction while providing you with the opportunity to request grant allocation in the future. It’s like having your own private foundation.

Life Insurance

Name the Foundation as a beneficiary in your Life
Insurance Policy.

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