Planned gifts allow you to make gifts through your estate so you can support Hosanna Church upon your passing. This is a wonderful way to demonstrate your values and continue your legacy of faith and generosity. There are many options for planned giving, including:
Bequests: There are many ways to make a provision for Hosanna Church through your estate. A simple bequest is the most common. In your will, you can designate a specific gift amount, a percentage of your estate, or the remaining value of your estate. If you have already made a provision for Hosanna in your will, you can let us know by completing and returning this form.
Retirement account designation: You can make Hosanna a beneficiary of your IRA, 401(k), 403(b), or other retirement assets. Talk with your plan administrator to learn more.
Give and receive: There are ways to give that provide a lifetime income while supporting Hosanna and other non-profits important to you.
Endowment: The Hosanna Endowment, established in 2018, is an income-producing fund managed by Thrivent Charitable Impact and Investing. Donor gifts to the endowment are invested, and a portion of the annual earnings are used to fund the mission and vision of Hosanna. Through the Endowment, givers sow seeds to secure Hosanna's strong, God-honoring financial future.Learn More
and watch the video
to hear from Lead Pastor Ryan Alexander and Founding Pastor Bill Bohline about the Hosanna Endowment.