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Donating via the National Christian Foundation

     National Christian Foundation Giving Opportunities

 “And God is able to make all grace abound to you, so that always having all sufficiency in everything, you may have an abundance for every good deed.”  II Corinthians 9:8 NASB

In this day and age of no cash, fewer checks, etc., we have found that people are looking for easier ways to give to charities and churches.
In response to that need, Good News Church has set up an account with the National Christian Foundation to assist in making giving to Good News easier and more convenient. While this was originally set up for the purpose of receiving appreciated stock, we have realized it will have additional benefits for our church. (NCF is one of the world’s leaders in receiving, managing, and liquidating non-cash gifts, such as real estate, business interests, and other non-cash assets.)

Click the "Donate Now" button above  to make donations online or by email. You can give directly from your bank account, or by debit/credit card & designate where you want the gift to go (General Fund, Missions, etc.). You can opt to share your information with Good News, or give anonymously. NCF will send your donation receipt directly to you. *If you'd prefer to donate to us directly via PayPal, or debit/credit card, use the Donate button on the right side of our homepage. Good News homepage

Publicly traded securities may be gifted via electronic transfer or in certificate form. You may also give many types of non-cash gifts as well. Please see the office for a complete list of assets. (NCF will provide receipts for gifts of marketable securities and non-cash assets which provide a description of the asset, but don’t necessarily state or establish the gift’s value. The Giver must substantiate the value of the gift in accordance with the rules and regulations of the IRS.)

Individuals may also designate NCF to receive all or any portion of their estates after their lifetime (Testamentary gifts), through a will or trust; or as the beneficiary of an IRA or retirement account, life insurance policy, bank or brokerage account, annuity, etc.
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