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Planned giving

There are many ways to leave a lasting impact on Christian education and the imprint it forms in the life of a child. When you make a gift through your estate, you are often able to make a larger impact than you ever dreamed possible.

With charitable gift planning, you are leaving a legacy that will continue to impact children for years to come. You can structure your gift to maximize its benefits in a way that is most favorable to you, your loved ones, and organizations like Lubbock Christian School.

There are many ways to include Lubbock Christian School in your long-term planned giving. For more information, please contact Kristin Hagins, Director of Development.

**All gifts to Lubbock Christian School are tax-deductible to the maximum amount allowed by law.

Ways to Give

A charitable bequest is the most familiar type of legacy gift. As a donor, you can direct an executor or trustee to make a gift to Lubbock Christian School through a will or trust. You maintain complete control over the assets during your lifetime, and you can change your instructions for their ultimate distribution at any time. For an estate, a charitable bequest is the simplest means of obtaining an estate deduction.

A life insurance policy can become a powerful and simple way to support our work. You can name Lubbock Christian School as a primary beneficiary for a percentage or a specified amount of the policy, or you can make us a contingent beneficiary. Donating a policy outright is another strategy for creating significant impact on our work.

You can designate Lubbock Christian School as a beneficiary of your retirement or pension plan. Depending on your tax situation, your plan assets can be transferred to LCS tax-free and your heirs may be able to avoid income tax on the distribution from your plan. As a qualified charity, Lubbock Christian School will pay no taxes on the proceeds and will have more funds to continue providing a quality Christian education to our students.