Stewardship 2018 & End of Year Giving 2017

Stewardship 2018 & End of Year Giving 2017

It’s not too late to pledge for 2018!

Our goal is to raise $725,000 in pledges for 2018. We invite you to consider a giving level that is the right proportion for you. All offerings are significant for the beautiful community. Just click the handy blue pledge button and let us know your plans! 


And, as you make your plans for end-of-year giving, we hope you find the following information helpful. All donations to the church by December 31 will be tax deductible for 2017.

And, if you would like to make an IRA rollover gift, here are the details. If you are 70 ½ or older and have an IRA you have the opportunity to make a contribution from your IRA to Christ Church. This contribution is considered a Qualified Charitable Deduction, and is a tax-free way to help satisfy your annual Required Minimum Distributions. The process is simple: Tell your financial advisor or your IRA custodian that you would like to donate to Christ Church. They will then liquidate the appropriate investments within your account and mail a check directly to Christ Church. (The contribution must go directly from your IRA to Christ Church to qualify as a tax-free Qualified Charitable Deduction; you cannot take the money from your IRA then write a check.) The information you will need:

   – Donation amount*
   – Organization Name: Christ Episcopal Church    
   – Address: 509 Scott Street, Little Rock, AR 72201
   – Contact Carol Lou at for
     Christ Church’s Tax ID

Most importantly, your generous support will help sustain Christ Church and its work. Your contribution must be received in the office by Dec. 27.
*Such contributions cannot also be claimed as charitable deductions.



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