The MDPC Legacy Gift Funds
This great church is built on a legacy of prayer, mission, and generosity. Those who came before us modeled how to build and maintain a thriving ministry to our church, our community, our city,
and around the globe. As a Legacy Giver, you become a key part of the continuing mission of MDPC that’s building tomorrow’s disciples, starting today.
The purpose of Legacy Giving is twofold: 1) to insure the future of MDPC; and 2) to enhance MDPC ministries now.
A common misconception of Legacy Giving is that it’s only made through your will or estate. Though estate bequests are an important part of any Legacy program, giving today to initiatives about which you are passionate means you get to see the effects of your gift!You can enhance the ministries and missions of MDPC by making financial resources available for special projects and initiatives over and above the annual budget and to insure the future of MDPC. Listed below are a few ways that those gifts may be facilitated:
This list contains several projects that need funding from the areas of Evangelism, Scholarships, Guest Speakers, and Facilities.
Gifts can be made to one of the four funds listed below. Your gift can provide income support in perpetuity, or it can be designated for a specific use.
Unrestricted gifts for programs, missions, outreach and capital needs.
Designated Gifts Fund:
Gifts directed by the donor to a specific category of needs. Four subfunds will be maintained for programs, missions, outreach, and capital.
Designated Ministry Gifts Fund:
Gifts directed by the donor to a specific MDPC ministry. Separate sub-funds will be maintained for Caring, Children, Equipping, Fuente, Men, General, Next Generation, Women, Worship & Music, Yellow School, and Youth Ministries.
Special Gifts Funds:
Gifts of $250,000 or more directed by the donor to be used for a specific purpose and for a specific time period provided the purpose is within the scope of the mission and ministries of MDPC.
Gifts in the first three funds noted above will be pooled together with a minimum of 10% of the beginning balance of each fund to be spent annually. Special gift funds will be spent as directed by the donor.