Ways to Give
There are many ways to invest in The Master's College. Every gift, small or large, is important.
The most common way of supporting The Master's College, a cash gift can come in the form of an outright gift, a pledge, or a planned gift that generates income. All cash gifts are tax deductible as provided by law.
Over 8,000 employers offer matching gift programs to The Master's College, providing an easy way to double or triple your gift. Will your employer match your gift?
Securities & Stock
In addition to providing a significant gift, donating long-term appreciated securities enables you to avoid potential capital gain taxes and receive a charitable income tax deduction.
Gifts of appreciated real estate can have especially attractive tax benefits. Real estate can be donated outright or transferred to a charitable remainder trust to provide you with lifetime income.
Endowed scholarships enable you to create an ongoing investment in the College.
Charitable Gift Annuities
Charitable gift annuities are a popular way for donors to invest in our students while receiving a stream of income for life. Gift annuities are easy to establish and offer attractive tax advantages.
Charitable bequest can either be a fixed dollar amount, a percentage of the total estate or a percentage of the residual estate. Leaving a charitable bequest to The Master's College is a special way to leave a legacy for future generations.
Many individuals choose to give through non-cash gifts. These gifts include real estate, securities, and retirement plan assets.
If you have any questions and would like advice on any of these forms of giving, please contact us and we would be delighted to work with you through this process.
The Master's College equips young Christian men and women for spiritual service and leadership - on the job, in the home, and through their ministries. That was our goal when we began as Los Angeles Baptist College in 1927 and that remains our goal today.
Every class we teach and every degree we confer stand on the foundation of God's Word. Our students acquire knowledge from a biblical perspective, filtering everything they learn through the lens of God's Word. In other words, they gain wisdom to serve and wisdom to lead.
I invite you to join us in training the next generation of Christian leaders.
John MacArthur, President