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Planned Giving


     A planned gift is a voluntary gift of any kind, in any amount,

given for any purpose (operations, facilities, or endowment), either currently or deferred (usually through an estate plan), when the assistance of an advisor is needed to complete the gift.


    The Hawaii Baptist Foundation encourages planned gifts to Christian causes.  Simple ways of approaching structuring planned gifts are described in


Christian Giving Approaches

Where to Give

When to Give

What to Give

Creating An Estate Plan



                     Where to Give     


                         Six examples of how you might want to direct your gift:


Hawaii Baptist Churches

Hawaii Pacific Baptist Convention

Hawaii Baptist Academy

State Missions Offering

North American Missions Offering

International Missions Offering

Where To Give

                      When To Give


                        Timing alternatives for giving:


Outright Gift Now

Gift of Income Now but Retain Right to Principal

Gift of Principle Now but Retain Right to Income

Outright Gift at Death

When To Give

                      What To Give


                        Help seeing how easy it is to give various types of assets




Real Estate

Life Insurance

Retirement Accounts

Personal Property and Other Assets



                      Creating an Estate Plan


                          Some encouraging reasons to establish plans for your estate.






What To Give
Creating An Estate Plan

                     Christian Giving Approaches


                         Help in thinking about how much a Christian steward might                           want to give to Kingdom causes through their estate plans.

Tithing Your Estate

Giving an Equal Share

Giving Your Estate Twice

Christian Giving Approaches

    Additional information on why a Christian steward might consider a planned gift, current or deferred, is readily available at Why Give.