Choose up to three gift plans that interest you to compare them and to learn more about how the plans can help you and Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
Will or Living Trust
Give to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary without affecting your cash flow during your lifetime.
Your retirement plan may be worth more when donated to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary than to your heirs.
After making a gift of appreciated securities to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, the IRS will allow you one of its most significant tax breaks.
Create a significant endowment for Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary without dipping into your capital assets.
Make a substantial gift to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary through a transfer of residential, commercial or undeveloped real estate.
Donate books, artwork, or equipment and secure an income tax deduction.
Charitable Gift Annuity
Receive a fixed payout and significant tax benefits.
Deferred Gift Annuity
Build retirement earnings by deferring the onset of annuity payments (recommended for younger donors).
Pooled Income Fund
We offer a life-income gift that works like a charitable mutual fund. You can give Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary cash or securities, receive an income tax deduction and avoid capital gains tax on the transfer, secure lifetime income, and deliver significant support to us.
Charitable Remainder Unitrusts
Choose from several options that best meet your personal financial situation.
Charitable Remainder Annuity Trusts
Combine a charitable gift with a predictable fixed-income payout by placing your donation into an individually managed trust.
Charitable Bargain Sales
This part-gift/part-sale transaction gives you a charitable deduction plus cash to purchase other property.
Retained Life Estate
You can donate your home to Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and continue to live there rent-free.
Charitable Lead Trusts
Freeze the taxable value of your appreciating assets by using them to make gifts today and pass them back to family members later.