Other Ways to GiveHow you can honor God with your assets and stored resources
ALTERNATIVE GIVING METHODS
While gifting cash is by far the most common method of giving, other methods of giving may be more tax-efficient, allowing the donor to make a larger impact on the ministries of Crossroads.
(We suggest you consult your tax advisor to ensure you are following all applicable rules to maximize your gifts.)
Here are some ways you can honor God with the resources He has entrusted to you.
Appreciated AssetsAppreciated assets such as stocks and mutual funds can be given directly to Crossroads thereby avoiding capital gains tax.
Real EstateYou may donate real estate to Crossroads and know you are furthering the mission of "reaching people where they are and helping them take their next step with Christ."
In-Kind Gifts & ServicesIf you own a business and have access to products, supplies or services that are necessary for the ongoing work of Crossroads, you may donate them directly to Crossroads.
Grain and LivestockThose who produce commodities can donate them to the church, which will then sell them and receive the proceeds.
IRA Charitable RolloverIf you are 70 1⁄2 or older, you may transfer up to $100,000 annually from your IRA accounts.
Estate PlanningThere are many ways to include Crossroads in your estate plans that range from simple to complex.