leave a legacy of generosity

There are multiple ways to ensure that the spirit of generosity you have espoused during your lifetime carries on and helps families have simple, decent places to live for years to come through The Fuller Center for Housing.

Planned Giving Opportunities

When you decide to include The Fuller Center for Housing in your will, you make the ultimate gift. A gift by will or bequest is deductible for estate tax purposes. Complete details

Receive guaranteed payments for life while being freed from managing funds that you intend to eventually give away — and get substantial tax savings. Complete details

With a gift of appreciated securities or mutual fund shares that you’ve owned for more than one year, you can get a tax deduction and avoid capital gains taxes. Complete details

Donating real property (such as your home, vacation property, vacant land, farmland, ranch or commercial property) can help you avoid paying capital gains taxes. Complete details

A unique and flexible way to give cash, securities, real estate, commodities, or anything on which a fair market value can be placed. You get a tax deduction now and make charitable disbursements later while insuring level giving between high-income and lower-income years. Complete details

Involve multiple generations of your family with an ongoing endowment fund in which contributions are invested for the long term. Your name — or any name you choose — is attached to the fund, and only investment income from the fund is distributed. Complete details

A life income plan life income plan allows you to make a gift to charity and get income from the assets you donate. After your death, the balance goes to The Fuller Center and other approved charities based on your recommendations. Complete details

Excellent for assets that may take some time to sell. You make a gift of the actual asset to our partners at Mennonite Foundation for the benefit of The Fuller Center. You may give the entire asset or any percentage. The foundation finds a buyer for your gift asset and converts it to cash. We then provide you with income from your gift for the rest of your life as long as the trust generates income. Complete details

You can reduce your self-employment tax while giving gifts of grain, livestock – even honey. Complete details


If you’ve reached the age that requires you to begin making minimum distributions from your retirement account, there is a way to reduce your taxable liability. Speak with your tax advisor about making a tax-free Qualified Charitable Distribution directly to The Fuller Center from your retirement account. Here’s something that we can all win at!


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