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Your giving changes lives

Your giving changes lives

Why We Give

The heart of Grace Life has always been to show the hope found in Jesus. That is why there is no greater generosity than investing in what Jesus built – the local church. With God’s favor and faithful support, we have seen countless baptized, marriages healed, families restored, leaders equipped and the next generation rise up and take stand for their faith.

How We Give

We Automate the Important

We encourage you to set up an automated giving schedule to have your “first fruits” go to the Lord every time. Our online giving portal lets you easily set up a recurring gift via your debit card, credit card, or checking account.

Give via Mobile App

Give on our mobile app. It is connected to your online giving account, so all you have to do is click Give, anytime, anywhere. The mobile app is available for Android and iOS devices. Once downloaded, search for Grace Life Church to give.

Give via Check

Checks can be made payable to “Grace Life Church” and placed in the offering plate, or mailed to 3751 Cottonwood Lakes Blvd., Thornton CO 80241.

Gift of Stocks & Mutual Funds

Giving appreciated assets – such as stock – often allows you to maximize a gift. Typically, you can receive a tax deduction for the value of the stock on the day it was given, regardless of the cash basis (original purchase price) of the stock. Capital gains taxes are avoided.

Gifts of Real Estate

Under certain circumstances, Grace Life accepts gifts of Real Estate. Donating appreciated Real Estate can afford you significant tax advantages while allowing a substantial gift to the Church that avoids capital gains taxes.

Estate Planning

Setting up a well-designed estate plan may protect your loved ones from expensive probate taxes, allowing you to use the savings to leave a legacy gift for the Church. Ask your accountant or financial planner how to set this up.

Make a tax free IRA gift

If you are 70 1⁄2 or older, you may now instruct your IRA custodian to transfer any amount up to $10,000 directly to Grace Life Church. This distribution would not be included in your taxable income (but could fulfill any required minimum distribution requirements) and would not produce an income tax deduction.