A friend I admired greatly went to be with the Lord last year. To my delight, he left a generous gift for Icthus International. His legacy gift is continuing to help kids in Latin America.
Why are gifts important? It helps young people in Latin America, many whom live in poor communities where life is difficult. Giving them a helping hand and guiding them to love the Lord and their neighbors as themselves makes a huge difference.
The concrete result of my friend’s legacy gift
Pamela is a living testimony
Pamela is a living testimony of our moto: “Equipping Young People for Christian Service and Leadership.” Her dream is to help even more children have Icthus.
Would you help more children have Icthus?
You will be helping in the multiplication of more leaders like Pamela. Investing in young people is one of the best mission strategies.
Click here to help a few more children have Icthus through the end of the year:
A Legacy Gift can help young people become outstanding leaders like Pamela Hernandez in Honduras
Imagine a seed. It cannot grow without good soil, water, air, or sun. However, with them growth is inevitable. This is a great representation of how a child’s life can be formed with your help.
Here are some legacy alternatives to consider that would
make a BIG difference:
CHARITABLE GIFTS that can also provide lifetime income:
GIFT-IN-KIND it can provide you with charitable tax deductions.
A gift through your will, designating a dollar amount or a percentage of your estate to enable Icthus to continue providing Christian character building ministry to young people.
Would you consider giving a Legacy Gift to help young people become outstanding leaders like Pamela Hernandez in Honduras?
Let us know if you are interested in finding out more about any of the legacy gifts listed above: Don@IcthusKids.org or or 949-652-5007.
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