The following button will bring you to a form where you can make a one-time donation to Mid-America.
This button will bring you to a form where you can set up recurring donations to Mid-America (This will set up 12 donations, the initial donation and then once a month for the next year).
Save money with a gift of commodities
Folks engaged in agriculture can face unique taxation and stewardship challenges, especially if they are unable to itemize and must take a standard deduction. If you take a standard deduction and do not receive a tax benefit from charitable gifts of cash, so why not consider a gift of commodities and take advantage of the tax benefits? A gift of commodities given directly to your church or Mid-America may help you avoid federal, state and self-employment taxes. The process is very simple.
Click on the Farm Commodity Gift fact sheet produced by the Barnabas Foundation for more information. Please consider making a commodity gift to Mid-America. We would be happy to help you arrange the transfer of the commodity and provide the necessary documentation.
Gifts & Estate Planning
Estate Planning Checklist
Your Estate Planning Questions
Suggestions for Charitable Giving in Estate Plans
Giving During Your Lifetime
Glossary of Estate Planning and Planned Giving Terms
Calculators for Your Plan
Mid-America is a member of the Barnabas Foundation. The Barnabas Foundation has been advancing God's kingdom by providing quality Planned Giving and Estate Planning services, which enable caring Christians to strengthen support for the ministries of the nearly 200 member organizations. The Barnabas Foundation helps Christians make tax-wise decisions about their financial resources and offers stewardship education and development for churches and member organizations. These programs serve as a catalyst for churches and ministries to encourage good stewardship according to biblical principles.
Mid-America is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA). Founded in 1979, ECFA is comprised of more than 650 charitable, religious, and educational organizations that are qualified for tax-exempt, nonprofit status. ECFA's steadfast purpose is to enunciate, maintain, and manifest a code of financial accountability and reporting which is consistent with enlightened and responsible Christian faith and practice.