With the final tally for 2018 complete, Barnabas Foundation celebrates the third consecutive record-breaking year of dollars distributed to charity. On behalf of the generous families we serve, Barnabas Foundation sent out 8,760 grants (vs. 7,548 in 2017) totaling more than $67 million (vs. $52 million in 2017) in charitable distributions.
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Two years from now, stop by Pease, Minnesota for birthday cake - lots of it. In 2020, the members of Pease Christian Reformed Church (CRC) will be celebrating their church’s 125th anniversary. Anticipating this birthday celebration, church leaders are asking, “What about the next 125 years?”
Q. Do I really need a will?
A. For many Christians, a will is an expression of their belief that God owns everything and wants us to manage the resources entrusted to us.
Remember Leona Helmsley? She’s the hotel magnate who achieved infamy as the “Queen of Mean.” By most accounts, Helmsley earned this moniker because of her winner-take-all approach to business and even her family.
But Helmsley made her biggest splash with the final settlement of her estate.
For many years, philanthropist and art patron Agnes Gund lived with Roy Lichtenstein’s famous painting “Masterpiece” over the mantle in her Manhattan apartment. She made news in 2017 when she sold it for $165 million to hedge fund manager Stephen Cohen.
Why part with such a valuable piece of artwork?
Alert! Important IRA regulations for December 31.
If you plan to make an IRA gift in December, there’s some important information you’ll want to know…
Connect the dots is magical — at least for someone like me, who barely managed a passing grade in high school art class!
In my work this past year, I’ve been connecting the dots between churches and the benefits of partnering with Barnabas Foundation
If you’ve not been able to connect the dots either, let me help.
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?
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.
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.