CDF CAPITAL FOUNDATION

RESOURCES

CDF Capital Foundation has curated great resources to help you on your journey of generosity.

As we transition fully into CDF Capital we will maintain our services under the Co:Mission brand. You can use the buttons below to access our existing Planned Giving options and Account services.

Resources

Read more from the team at CDF Capital Foundation.

Charitable Gift Annuity

You may be tired of living at the mercy of the fluctuating stock and real estate markets. A charitable gift annuity is a gift made to Co:Mission Foundation that can provide you with a secure source of fixed payments for life. Benefits of Charitable Gift Annuity Receive fixed payments to you and/or another annuitant you designate for life Receive a charitable income tax deduction for…

Charitable Remainder Unitrust

You may be concerned about the high cost of capital gains tax with the sale of an appreciated asset. Perhaps you recently sold property and are looking for a way to save on taxes this year and plan for retirement. A charitable remainder unitrust might offer the solutions you need! Benefits of Charitable Remainder Unitrust Receive income for life, for a term of up to…

Donor Advised Fund

Are you looking for a way to benefit your favorite charities both now and in the future? Would you like to simplify your annual and lifetime charitable giving? A Co:Mission Giving Fund (a Donor Advised Fund) might be a great solution for you. You can use your Giving Fund to distribute gifts to numerous charities. With a Giving Fund, you can make gifts to charity…

IRA Charitable Rollover

You may be looking for a way to make a big difference to help further the mission of your favorite ministries. If you are 70½ or older you may also be interested in a way to lower the income and taxes from your IRA withdrawals. An IRA charitable rollover is a way you can give to ministry and benefit this year. Benefits Of An IRA…

Is Your Church Ready To Receive Gifts Of The Other 90-Percent?

Cash makes up just 10% of most church member’s wealth. The other 90% consists of non-cash, non-liquid assets. Think real estate, securities, retirement funds, business assets, automobiles, etc. Most churches, when they talk about giving and generosity, focus at least 90% of their effort on giving the 10% cash. This leaves the other 90% – and by far the bulk of church members’ wealth –…

Understanding Generational Giving Habits

How does your church fare when it comes to financial support from your members? Across the nation churches find themselves largely sustained by donations from older generations. How can you better engage the generosity of younger generations? You can begin with a broad examination of the financial habits of each age group. Reports show that Boomers (born between 1946–1964) are carrying the largest load of…

Some Tips About Estate Planning

A common New Year’s resolution is to “finally do something about creating a will.” Having a will and a plan for your estate may be the most important act of love you can do for your family and favorite ministries. When you create an estate plan, it is important to seek legal counsel to ensure your desires will be accomplished. However, before you seek that…

Significant Statistics about Tithing and Church Generosity

There is not a lot of clarity about giving habits in the church. Pastors are often left wondering if what they experience in their own churches is unique to them. If you have ever looked at the giving in your church and wondered about the experiences in other churches—we have pulled together some significant tithing and generosity statistics to broaden your perspective. Facts About Generational…

Contact Us

Please let us know the services about which you would like to learn.  We will be in touch with you just as soon as possible.