When you support Trinity Christian College, your gifts enable students to further their education, build on their faith, and prepare for a life of service to community and Kingdom.
Through your gifts, you build the future by:
By working with our dedicated Advancement Staff to customize a planned gift, you can secure your gifts for your own family while advancing the mission of Trinity.
We look forward to discussing how your gifts can multiply and spread even further, to a world that needs all of us. Please contact Jeff Enfield, Director of Planned Giving email@example.com
A beneficiary designation gift is a simple and affordable way to make a gift to support Trinity Christian College. You can designate us as a beneficiary of a retirement, investment or bank account or your life insurance policy.
If you are interested in making a gift but are also concerned about your future needs, keep in mind that beneficiary designation gifts are among the most flexible of all charitable gifts. Even after you complete the beneficiary designation form, you can take distributions or withdrawals from your retirement, investment or bank account and continue to freely use your account. You can also change your mind at any time in the future for any reason, including if you have a loved one who needs your financial help.
If you have any questions about leaving a beneficiary designation gift to us, please contact us. We would be happy to assist you.
If you have already designated us as a beneficiary of an asset or as part of your estate plan, please let us know. We would like to recognize you and your family for your gift.
FlexibilityMost beneficiary designation forms are very flexible. You can name Trinity Christian College as a "full" or "partial" beneficiary of your account or life insurance policy. You can also name Trinity Christian College as a "primary" or "contingent" beneficiary.
Family ConsiderationsBeneficiary designation gifts allow you to provide for family and support the causes that matter most to you. With a designation form you could, for example, name your spouse as the "primary" beneficiary and each of your children and Trinity Christian College as "partial contingent" beneficiaries. With this arrangement, if your spouse survives you, he or she would receive the account. If not, the account or policy would be paid out to your children and Trinity Christian College in whatever shares (or percentages) that you chose on the designation form.
TerminologyBeneficiary designation gifts are simple and straightforward. Common terminology includes "beneficiary designation" but also includes "payable on death" or "transfer on death." The term "beneficiary designation" is most commonly used when naming beneficiaries of retirement plans or life insurance policies. The term payable on death (or "POD") typically involves the designation of a beneficiary of a checking account, savings account or certificates of deposit, and transfer on death (or "TOD") often involves the designation of a beneficiary of stocks, bonds or mutual funds.
To download a brochure and learn more about Beneficiary Designation gifts.
To download a brochure and learn more about TOD gifts.
To download a brochure and learn more about POD gifts.
Beneficiary Designations and Real EstateSome states even allow "beneficiary designation deeds" or "transfer on death deeds," which would allow you to name Trinity Christian College as the survivor beneficiary of your home, farm or other real estate. As with other beneficiary designation gifts, these gifts are revocable by filing a revocation or new beneficiary designation deed.