Prayer, volunteering, and financial gifts, all support the mission and vision of Christian Heritage Academy and advance the kingdom of God. We thank God for the partnership of so many. Your generous giving makes a difference, now and for eternity!
Giving at CHA
Have you desired to be a part of something significant that God was doing? Our children are our greatest resource and an investment in the future leaders of our communities and our nation. Our continual prayer is, “Lord, do something only you can do at Christian Heritage Academy.” God is in the process of making Christian Heritage Academy all that He wants it to be, and we are grateful to be a part of that journey! There are a number of ways in which you can choose to support our mission financially.
One-Time Gifts, Recurring Gifts and Pledges
Whether you choose to give a one-time gift, set up regularly scheduled recurring gifts, or make a pledge, your decision to financially support the mission of CHA is an investment in the lives of future Christian leaders.
“Stones of Remembrance” Memorial & Honor Gifts
God instructed Joshua to have 12 men representing each of the tribes of Israel build a monument of twelve stones from the Jordan River. He knew that their children would ask, “What do these stones mean?” These simple stones reminded parents to tell their children, and their children’s children, of the faithfulness of God.
We still need reminders of God’s faithfulness today. Our Stones of Remembrance giving program honors the faithfulness of God as we celebrate the accomplishments and milestones of friends and family. At the same time, each gift furthers the mission of Christian Heritage Academy. We invite you to commemorate God’s faithfulness through “Stones of Remembrance.” We will send an acknowledgement of your gift to the honoree or his or her family.
Gifts from Retirement Accounts
Retirement plan assets can be a practical source from which to make gifts. Many tax advisors suggest using these funds to make charitable gifts because amounts withdrawn from retirement accounts can be taxable to you and eventually to your heirs if left to them. Giving in this way may result in little or no tax impact when you report the amount withdrawn along with an offsetting charitable deduction.
Giving securities (stocks, bonds or mutual funds) that are worth more than they cost can bring additional tax savings. Such gifts are generally deductible for income tax purposes at their full current value if they have been owned for longer than one year. We use Edward Jones to process these transactions.
Questions about supporting CHA? For additional information, please contact Sandi Decker in the CHA Business Office at 847-446-5252.
CHA is a 501 (c) 3 Organization. All gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent of applicable law.