Thank you for your generous support of Minnesota Adult & Teen Challenge. Below are the ways in which you can give through an Estate Gift or other planned gift.
You will create a lasting legacy by including MnTC in your estate planning. Your example of legacy giving not only provides a firm foundation of support, but also makes a significant statement of your dedication and values. We hope this inspires your family members and community to unite and take a stand against the devastating impacts of addiction.
If you would like to learn more about creating a legacy gift as part of your estate please contact J.J. Slag, VP of Donor Relations, at 612.328.6123 or email@example.com. You can also fill out our Legacy for Hope interest form below:
Five Ways To Leave A Legacy Gift
You will make a BIG difference by leaving a gift from your will or trust for MnTC. This is called a bequest and directs a portion of your estate, or a particular asset, to MN Adult & Teen Challenge upon your passing.
Many financial supporters name MnTC as a beneficiary of their individual retirement accounts (IRAs), 401(k), pension plans, brokerage accounts, or Life Insurance Policies.
You may consider leaving non-cash assets as your charitable gift. These can be property, business interests, stocks, bonds, etc. Such gifts may provide tax savings for your heirs as well as much needed resources for your favorite ministry.
Many mission minded families use Charitable Gift Annuities or other tools to be a blessing to others. With a Charitable Gift Annuity You make the gift (part of which is tax deductible), and then you receive fixed annuity payments each year for the remainder of your life. If you wish, payments can go to a family member or other loved one instead. We work with the National Christian Foundation to structure Charitable Gift Annuities and utilize other complex estate planning tools.
You can leave a gift that impacts generations to come by designating our Endowment Fund as the recipient of any planned gifts.