Planned Giving

Leave a legacy

Maximize your gifts using one or more giving options below

There are countless people in the world who have never heard about God’s free gift of salvation. Consider, as part of your personal legacy, leaving a gift to support the ongoing task of fulfilling the Great Commission.

Your Will

Remember EvanTell in your will. Ask your attorney or estate plan provider to name EvanTell in your Last Will and Testament, Trust, or Estate Plan.

Stock and Mutual Funds

Donors who’ve invested in stocks and mutual funds may be able to simplify their giving, pay less in taxes, increase their giving, and improve cash flow by transferring stocks or mutual funds to non-profit ministries.


Donate vehicles (cars, boats, motorcycles, RVs) to EvanTell through Charity Motors.

Note: Charity Motors gladly provides you with the receipt and immediate tax deduction while making sure the proceeds go directly to EvanTell.

Transferring stocks to EvanTell can be handled through our charity fund partner National Christian Foundation and the proceeds will go directly to EvanTell. Please include The EvanTell Single Charity Fund Account number (#2644070).

Use this link to access forms and instructions at the National Christian Foundation: Instructions for Giving Stock and Mutual Funds.

Everyone you meet is going to live forever, the only question is where. Your legacy can make the difference.

Dr. Larry Moyer

Founder and CEO, EvanTell

Charitable Gift Annuities

Simply put, a CGA is a charitable gift and an annuity. You make a gift (partially tax deductible), and you receive fixed annual payments from the annuity for the remainder of your life. Annual payments may also be paid to a family member or friend instead.

Visit National Christian Foundation’s Charitable Gift Annuity page to learn more. Please include The EvanTell Single Charity Fund Account number (#2644070) for all gift designations.

IRA Charitable Gifts

Consider making a qualifying IRA Charitable Rollover gift. (Taxpayers age 70½ or older can give up to $100,000 from their IRAs and Roth IRAs to qualifying charities without having to pay income tax on the withdrawn amount.)

Note: Please be sure to discuss any IRA-related actions with your CPA, Financial or Professional Tax Advisor. EvanTell does not provide tax advice and encourages you to contact your professional tax advisor before acting.

Other Non-Cash Gifts

Non-cash gifts could include any of the following: real estate, business interests, oil and gas commodities, etc.

Learn more about non-cash gift options on National Christian Foundation’s Non-Cash Giving page.

For next steps, contact Wanda Foskey at