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Financial contributions are vital to the ongoing health and vitality of the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches (NACCC) and the Congregational Foundation.

Donations to the NACCC support our mission and vision through the NACCC’s programs and funds, which in turn, support church ministries, education and leadership development, growth, and the health of local churches. Financial support to the NACCC is vital to our success, and will help maintain our continued growth.

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To make a gift by telephone, please call 414-856-1617.

To make a gift by check,  please make your check payable to “NACCC” and include a note with any gift designation.

Please mail your check to:

PO Box 288
Oak Creek, WI  53154

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Age 72 (70.5 if you reached that age prior to Jan. 1, 2020) is the age at which you must begin to take withdrawals from traditional IRAs. Why not make a charitable donation to the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches (NACCC) or Congregational Foundation (CF) from your IRA account?

What a great way to support the NACCC/CF and have the extra benefit of avoiding the income tax you are required to pay on your IRA distributions.

​Making an IRA rollover gift is easy to do

Please contact us by phone, email, or mail to receive instructions for your IRA administrator.

P.O. Box 288
Oak Creek, WI 53154

Cheryl Milnes
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A Planned Gift is any major gift made to a non-profit in a person’s lifetime, or at death which is part of the donor’s overall financial and/or estate planning. Estate and gift planning incorporates many different kinds of financial and tax benefits. By making a planned gift or bequest to the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches (NACCC) or the Congregational Foundation you are helping to insure its longtime health and success.

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provide a simple way to make a gift that will keep on giving after your life-time. Designating the charity in a life insurance policy or retirement account, are commonly used. Declaring a specific dollar amount or percentage of your estate to a charity is also used. The charity will be notified of your gift upon your death.

policy which is no longer needed for family protection, or is specifically purchased to benefit the organization can be given during your lifetime. This gift will benefit the organization upon your death, but, is irrevocable once the ownership of the policy has been transferred.

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If you have any questions or would like to know more about the NACCC, please send us a message. We look forward to hearing from you!

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