Jewish evangelism may be said to be the keystone of the Great Commission.
Chosen People Ministries shares the desire of the Apostle Paul’s heart to bring the Gospel “to the Jew first, and also to the Gentile” (Romans 1:16).
Our mission is to pray for, evangelize, disciple, and serve Jewish people everywhere, and to help fellow believers to do the same.
Thank you for your partnership.
Legacy Giving four-step process
• Pray – Seek the Lord’s will in your stewardship plans.
• Explore – Please contact us to learn ways to maximize both your charitable giving options and your tax benefits.
• Create – Work with your attorney and/or tax advisor to tailor your plan to meet your needs. We are available to assist you and answer your questions.
• Apply – Move ahead with your plans to invest in Chosen People Ministries and the future of Jewish ministry.
Your diligent approach to giving will bring blessing to you and bear fruit for the Kingdom.
If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask of God, who gives to all liberally and without reproach, and it will be given to him. (James 1:5)
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Planned Giving Options
Charitable bequest through your will –
A bequest through your will is an enduring gift to the ministry and will benefit Jewish evangelism beyond your lifetime. When working with your attorney, you will need to provide our legal name – Chosen People Ministries, Inc. and our tax ID #: 13-1659171.
Charitable gift annuity –
If you are 65 years or older, you use cash or stocks (particularly appreciated stocks) to establish a charitable gift annuity (CGA) with a minimum gift of $10,000. This will create income for life for you and an immediate tax benefit.
Charitable life insurance policy –
Leverage an additional gift to the Mission and deduct the premium payment.
Charitable life estate agreement –
Donate your home and continue to reside in it.
Charitable remainder trust –
Cash, real estate, stocks or business interest can produce income and tax benefits for you now. The full gift goes to the ministry after your passing.
Charitable lead trust –
A designated gift produces income for the ministry, and at the conclusion of a defined period of time, the original sum of money returns to you.
Some Ways to Give
Donate cash –
The most commonly-used option.
Donate stocks, bonds, and mutual funds –
Stocks and other financial instruments are an excellent option for additional tax benefits.
Donate life insurance –
The cash value of a policy that is no longer necessary makes an excellent gift.
Donate excess business inventory –
You and your company can benefit from inventory donations.
Donate real estate –
Realize additional tax benefits through gifts of real estate.
Donate business interest –
You may be able to gain a tax break that will benefit Jewish missions.
Donate vehicles –
These may include cars, trucks, recreational vehicles, aircraft, watercraft, and even some farm and construction equipment.
Donate collectibles –
Paintings, sculpture and other artwork, antiques, coins, jewelry, old books, and other collectibles find new life for ministry purposes.