Planned Giving

You Can Leave a Legacy of Caring for Orphans…Forever!

 

With simple planning now, your kindness toward vulnerable children will endure for generations to come. By making a planned gift—large or small—to The Boaz Project, you can continue to inspire and equip leaders around the world to care for orphans in their own communities.

Planned gifts offer you the opportunity to combine your genuine concern for orphans with estate planning options that often feature favorable financial and tax benefits.

We encourage donors to consider the two most straightforward options for planned giving: 1) a bequest to The Boaz Project through a will and/or 2) naming The Boaz Project as a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, retirement plan, or IRA. Each option is outlined in more detail below.

If you intend to name The Boaz Project as a beneficiary of your will, life insurance policy, retirement plan, or IRA, we would appreciate being informed of your intent. This information is helpful in making long-term financial projections about The Boaz Project’s future growth and sustainability.
 

Bequest/Will

By preparing a will now, you can enjoy peace of mind, knowing you have taken care of the people and causes you love most.

Naming The Boaz Project as a beneficiary in your will is easy. Simply contact your attorney to establish a will or amend it as appropriate.

Suggested wording to add to your will: “I hereby give and bequeath the percentage of %______  or the sum of $______ to National Christian Charitable Foundation, Inc. (TIN#58-1493949, 11625 Rainwater Drive, Suite 500, Alpharetta, GA 30009) or one of its supporting organizations (collectively “NCF”), as may be determined by NCF, subject to NCF’s governing instruments, policies and procedures, as amended from time to time. This distribution is designated for The Boaz Project Single Charity Fund (#4170685).”


Life Insurance, Retirement Plans and IRAs

All life insurance policies establish a primary beneficiary in the event of one’s death. If you have a life insurance policy and wish to name The Boaz Project as a beneficiary, simply contact your life insurance provider and request the appropriate forms, which may be available online. Complete the forms using the full name and address of The Boaz Project (PO Box 47188; Indianapolis IN 46247) and submit it to your insurance provider.

If you would like to name The Boaz Project as a beneficiary of your retirement plan, simply contact your retirement plan administrator and request the appropriate forms, which may be available online. Complete the forms using the full name and address of The Boaz Project (PO Box 47188; Indianapolis IN 46247) and submit it to your plan administrator.

If you have established an Individual Retirement Account (IRA), you may name any beneficiary you wish. Naming a non-profit organization as a beneficiary may have tax benefits for both you and your heirs. If you would like to name The Boaz Project as a beneficiary, simply contact the administrator of your IRA and request the appropriate forms, which may be available online. Complete the forms using the full name and address of The Boaz Project (PO Box 47188; Indianapolis IN 46247) and submit it to the appropriate party.

Bequests and planned giving have become important sources of support for The Boaz Project. These gifts have taken many forms including provisions in estates and donations sent in memory of a friend or colleague. To learn more, please contact Jim Jurgensen, Director of Operations (phone: 317-889-7606 x6001).