Barnabas Foundation

Since 1976, Barnabas Foundation has helped thousands of generous Christians give more effectively to the ministries close to their hearts through tax-wise charitable gifts.

Giving Options

Planned gifts offer you smart and creative ways to increase your impact, 
often while benefiting your family, too.

  • Gifts in a Will

    Gifts in a Will

    Model a legacy of generosity and support your favorite ministries well beyond your lifetime.

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  • Non-Cash Assets

    Non-Cash Assets

    Increase your potential impact, and experience significant tax savings by giving non-cash assets.

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  • Income for Life

    Income for Life

    Support your favorite charities while securing lifetime income for you and your loved ones.

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  • Stewards Fund

    Stewards Fund

    This donor-advised fund a simple, flexible and tax-efficient opportunity to have tremendous Kingdom impact.

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  • Talk with a Planner

    Talk with a Planner

    Explore tax-wise giving options with someone who cares about your needs and shares your biblical worldview.

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Our Members

Barnabas Foundation is proud to partner with approximately 200 member ministries that are serving God’s Kingdom in their communities and around the world.

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See our current 200+ Christian ministries

Latest Blog Posts

  • Since When Does Winning $1 Billion Mean You've Made It?

    Since When Does Winning $1 Billion Mean You've Made It?

    Lottery records will keep shattering. Dreams about how to spend untold millions will continue to be spun by throngs.

    But does this mean the Church can't grow believers who know better?

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  • Savvy Year-End Giving

    Savvy Year-End Giving

    Are you considering a year-end gift to one or more of your favorite ministries? These tax-wise tips will help you maximize your impact.

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  • Should I Give My Stock to Charity?

    Should I Give My Stock to Charity?

    Q. Should I give my stock to charity?

    A. If you have stock that you've owned for at least a year and it has increased in value, this is much more cost effective than giving cash. You'll receive a tax deduction for the fair market value and avoid paying capital gains.

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