Other Ways to Give

Cash or Check

Auto Bill Pay

Non-Cash Giving

Estate Planning

Check or Cash

You can always give by check (payable to Fellowship Bible Church) or cash. We have a time of giving during each weekend service, or you can mail checks to the address below. Be sure to indicate your campus on the memo line of you check. Please do not mail cash!

 

Fellowship Bible Church
Attn: Finance Department
P.O. Box 7123
Little Rock, AR 72223-7123

Auto Bill Pay

Most banks now offer the ability to set up recurring bank drafts from your account mailed directly to the payee of your choice. If you are interested in this free or low-cost giving option, you can go to your online banking service or contact your bank to set this up. Please make the payee name Fellowship Bible Church and use the same mailing address as for checks. Also, please be sure to indicate in the memo field for which campus and/or fund your gift is intended.

 

Fellowship Bible Church
Attn: Finance Department
P.O. Box 7123
Little Rock, AR 72223-7123

Non-Cash Giving

Stocks, Mutual Funds and Other Securities

Giving appreciated stocks and mutual funds is a great way to maximize your giving because you are eligible for an immediate tax deduction for the full fair market value of the securities you transfer and you pay no capital gains tax on the appreciation in value like you would if you sold the securities and gave cash. Please talk with your financial advisor or tax preparer to review your situation and see if this would be an appropriate way for you to give.

How to Give Stocks or Other Securities

  • Please contact a member of our Finance Team to notify us of the gift. We’ll need the following information:
    • Where the shares are held
    • The name(s) of the contributor(s)
    • The security’s name and ticker symbol
    • The number of shares
  • We will provide you with the information you need to get your gift transferred to Fellowship’s brokerage account.

If you have any questions about the process or have a unique situation, please email us at finance@fellowshiponline.com or call us at (501) 224-7171 and ask to speak to a member of our Finance Team.

IRA Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCDs)

If you are over age 70½ years old, you may make charitable gifts directly from your Individual Retirement Account (IRA) to Fellowship Bible Church in amounts up to $100,000 per year and exclude the contributed amount from your taxable income. Such QCDs can also be counted toward your IRA’s annual required minimum distributions. Consult your financial or tax advisor to see if a Qualified Charitable Distribution might make sense for you.

Real Estate & Other Non-Cash Assets

If you’d like to discuss a possible gift of real estate or another gift of type of non-cash asset not listed here, please contact our Finance Director, Scott Hendren, at finance@fellowshiponline.com or (501) 224-7171, ext. 1436.

Estate Planning

You may designate Fellowship Bible Church to receive all or some portion of your assets at the end of your life time as part of your legacy. While some such gifts can involve more complex planning, there are some simple ways through which this type of legacy giving can be accomplished.

Will or Trust – You can name Fellowship Bible Church of Little Rock as a beneficiary in your will and/or trust. Consult with your financial/tax advisor or estate planning attorney to see if this makes sense for you.

Retirement Accounts – You can name Fellowship Bible Church of Little Rock as a beneficiary on your Individual Retirement Account (IRA), 401(k), 403(b) or other qualified retirement plans. This is very easy to do and requires no formal estate planning documents. Consult with your financial/tax advisor or estate planning attorney to determine if this is a good option for your situation.

Life Insurance Policies – You can name Fellowship Bible Church of Little Rock as a beneficiary on your life insurance policy. Another option is to make Fellowship the owner of a life insurance policy that is no longer needed to provide benefits for your family. When Fellowship is made the owner, you may be eligible for a tax benefit for the amount of premiums you continue to pay each year. If your policy is a whole life policy, you may receive an immediate tax deduction for the cash value of the policy. Consult with your financial advisor to find out if this makes sense for you and your family.

If you have already named Fellowship as a beneficiary in your estate plan or on any of your accounts, please let us know! If you are interested in any of these simple yet powerful ways to leave a legacy, please contact our Finance Director, Scott Hendren, at finance@fellowshiponline.com or (501) 224-7171, ext. 1436.

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