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Supporting the Work of the NACCC

Financial contributions are vital to the ongoing health and vitality of the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches and the Congregational Foundation. The NACCC seeks funding for our operations, programs, resources, The Congregationalist, scholarships, and world-wide mission ministries to help in the growth and development of the Congregational Christian way. Donors are encouraged to make a gift through various means including the Shared Ministries Fund, the Congregational Foundation, and Planned Giving vehicles. To learn more about how your contributions can positively affect the NACCC, please read our Case for Support.

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NACCC Shared Ministries Giving

Member churches, individual donors, and associations committed to Congregationalism can provide a financial contribution to the overall operations and programming of the NACCC through the Shared Ministries Fund (SMF). Each member church of the NACCC is required to make an annual contribution to SMF, which directly supports the NACCC operations, programs, resources, and services. We ask that churches prayerfully give at their “Fair Share” level or above ($13 per member annually). Member church donations assure the continuation of educational programs, church resources, fellowship opportunities, and administrative support that churches and their members find so valuable.

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Donating to NACCC Programs

Donors can choose to provide financial support to overall programs and services or designate their gift to be used for a specific program, project, or resource of the NACCC. The NACCC staff is always available to discuss your goals and direct you to support whichever program meets your wishes.

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Supporting Our Mission Work

The Mission and Outreach Ministry Council of the NACCC strives to select mission projects that are Congregational Christian in faith and polity. Overall, our program of Christian missions is holistic, ministering to the needs of the whole person; the spiritual, the physical, and the relational. Donors can designation funds to our overall mission work or select a specific Mission Partner to support.

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The Congregational Foundation

The Congregational Foundation was established to raise funds and administer endowments that benefit the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches. It engages in ongoing fundraising and development activities on behalf of the Association whose reason for being is to help member churches to be all that they can be. The Foundation oversees several major endowments that have been created to directly support the many NACCC programs, services and resources offered to its member churches.

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Contributing to the NACCC College Fund

Olivet College, Piedmont University, and the NACCC have partnered together to create the NACCC College Assistance Fund. This fund encourages donors  to support students’ engagement in important high impact programs and to meet students’ other more immediate needs.

Some college students may find themselves unable to engage in high impact experiences, such as: service projects, study abroad, and research internships due to financial hardship. And, sometimes, students lack finances to meet their daily ongoing expenses, such as: books, food, or housing. This Fund has been created to provide funding to those students in need.

NACCC: College Assistance Fund
PO Box 288
Oak Creek, WI 53154

Olivet College
320 S. Main Street
Olivet, MI 49076

Piedmont University Advancement
PO Box 10
Demorest, GA 30535

Ways to Donate

Ways to Donate

Make a Donation Online

You can make a donation directly to the NACCC using our online donation platform. You will receive confirmation and a receipt for recordkeeping and tax purposes.

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Donations by Phone or Check

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

IRA Rollover Gifts

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 your traditional IRAs. Why not make a charitable donation to the NACCC or Foundation from your IRA account?

This vehicle is a great way to support the NACCC and the Foundation and have the extra benefit of avoiding the income tax you are required to pay on your IRA distributions.

Benefits include:

  • Income tax is totally avoided on IRA rollover transfers
  • Your gift directly transferred satisfies the Annual Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) for your IRA account
  • Annual IRA rollover gifts up to $100,000 qualify

Debby Fulton/Dan Drea
P.O. Box 288
Oak Creek, WI 53154

Debby Fulton
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Dan Drea
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Thank you in advance for your generous support!

As always, please consult your tax advisers about the best way to support the NACCC/CF in your situation.

Please note: IRA administrators often forget to include the donor’s name on IRA rollover checks, which they mail out. Therefore, please alert the NACCC/CF Development Department before making your IRA rollover gift, so that we can identify and acknowledge your gift correctly and promptly. Sample letters for your use are available below.

Planned Giving

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 or the Foundation you are helping to insure its longtime health and success.

The 1620 Society

The 1620 Society was created to recognize donors who have already made the decision to leave a legacy through their estate and gift planning. We hope you will consider joining the many Society members who have already made the decision to leave their legacy through a planned gift.

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) to the NACCC or CF. This gift will benefit the organization upon your death.

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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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