Planned gifts offer you smart and creative ways to support Our Daily Bread Ministries—often while benefiting your family, too. By understanding the available options, you can multiply the end results of your generosity in ways that are simple, flexible, cost-effective and extraordinarily powerful.

Our Daily Bread Legacy Friends: Gifts in a Will or Trust

By including charitable giving in your will, you model to your loved ones a legacy of generosity. You also become an Our Daily Bread Legacy Friend and can help ensure Our Daily Bread continues to make a difference well beyond your lifetime.


Giving Non-Cash Assets

Most charitable gifts are given in the form of cash becuase this is so familiar. However, this may not be the most cost-effective way for you to give. You can increase your potential impact—and experience signigicant tax savings—by giving non-cash assets such as:

  • Stock or marketable securities
  • Real estate
  • Business interests
  • Farm commodities
  • IRA charitable rollover (for donors ages 70½ and older)
  • Tangible personal property

Income for Life

Lifetime income agreements—such as charitable gift annuities and charitable remainder trusts—are wonderful solutions for those who wish to give in a substantial way, but are concerned about having enough income.

You can give cash or other property, and receive steady income for the rest of your life(or a designated number of years). The remainder will benefit Our Daily Bread Ministries.

Multiply the Impact of Your Generosity in Smart and Powerful Ways

If you would like more information on planned gifts or on becoming an Our Daily Bread Legacy Friend, our Planned Giving Representative would be happy to help you. Simply fill out the information below.

What would you like more information on?

Estate Planning Through Your Will or Trust
Giving Through Non-Cash Assets
Lifetime Income Gifts
Become a Legacy Friend
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