Financial | Estate Planning
This ministry relies on the financial support of individuals, churches, civic groups, businesses, and organized fundraisers to offer services at no charge to our clients. We are a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation and all gifts are tax deductible. Your gifts are changing lives. We couldin’t do this ministry without the gifts of our faithful supporters. Please prayerfully consider what gifts you may be able to contribute to this worthy cause. May God richly bless you.
How to Donate
Have you considered leaving a gift that will keep on giving even after you’re gone? You will be remembered by the work you have done and the lives you have touched long after you have left this world. You can make a bequest that will enable you to continue doing good work and changing lives, leaving a legacy for generations to come.
A charitable bequest can be written in a will or trust that directs a gift to be made to South Georgia Ministries, Inc. when you pass away. You can bequest a specific dollar amount, a specific asset, a percentage of your estate, or the residue of your estate. A charitable bequest can help you save estate taxes by providing your estate with a charitable deduction for the value of the gift. Bequests may be direct or contingent, restricted or unrestricted.
Consult with your attorney to make a will or create a trust that will benefit this ministry. Your will, trust, or other plans can often be completed with just a few hours of careful planning and will make a dramatic difference in the many lives your legacy will benefit.
This corporation is tax exempt and your gifts qualify for the charitable deduction on Federal Income, Gift, and Estate Tax returns. A copy of our “tax exempt letter” from Internal Revenue Service is available upon request.
If you desire, your gift will be memorialized by honoring you in a variety of options. For more information, please contact us.
We are grateful to God and to those who include South Georgia Ministries, Inc. in their estate planning.