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Outright Gifts
YEAR
NUMBER
AMOUNT
1978–1979
643
$ 58,307
1980–1989
8,789
3,584,177
1990–1999
9,040
9,862,195
2000–2009**
10,980
14,915,571
2010**
1,597
2,053,849
2011**
1,385
1,183,299
TOTALS
32,434 $31,657,398
*Council on Development Gift Report through December 31, 2011.
** 2008–2011 includes gifts for
Strength for Today...Bright Hope for Tomorrow
.
Income Retained Gifts
NUMBER
AMOUNT
TOTAL
18
$ 242,345
$ 300,652
327
3,952,462
7,536,639
373
6,487,909
16,350,104
131
6,453,160
21,368,731
5
109,084
2,162,933
4
53,000
1,236,299
858
$17,297,960 $48,955,358
MINISTERS RETIREMENT AND HEALTHCARE FUND
The original purpose of the Council on Development was to
develop a funding source to meet the future needs of West
Ohio retired clergy. The Ministers Retirement and Healthcare
Fund augments pension income and health benefits.
NOT YET DESIGNATED
Sometimes individuals wish to make a charitable
contribution for tax purposes in a given year but have not
yet determined which United Methodist charity to which
they want to donate. A Donor Advised Fund is set up and
an acknowledgement for tax purposes is issued. The next
year the donor contacts the Council on Development with
instructions on how to distribute the funds.
OTHER MISCELLANEOUS
Donors give to multiple United Methodist organizations
and agencies and causes. When the Council on Dvelopment
receives a single gift for some of these causes, each cause is
not listed separately. These include Social Justice Ministries,
Prison Ministries, Festival of Sharing, Charitable Pharmacy of
Central Ohio, and many, many more.
RETIREMENT HOMES
West Ohio United Methodist affiliated retirement services -
Methodist ElderCare Services and Otterbein Senior LifeStyle
Choices - provide quality housing, health care and services to
seniors in a Christian community.
SEMINARIES, COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
West Ohio United Methodist affiliated schools of higher
education include Baldwin-Wallace College, Ohio Northern
University, Ohio Wesleyan University, and Otterbein University.
Two seminaries - Methodist Theological School in Ohio and
United Theological Seminary provide fully accredited academic
program for those fulfilling a call to ministry.
STRENGTH FOR TODAY...BRIGHT HOPE FOR
TOMORROW
Gifts continue to be received for this initiative to plant new
churches, support our global mission partners and assist in
underwriting the Residency Program.
UMCOR/ADVANCE SPECIALS
Gifts designated for the United Methodist Committee on
Relief (UMCOR) fund hundreds of local, national and global
missions as well as support missionaries worldwide through
the General Board of Global Ministries Advance Specials.
UNITED METHODIST CHILDREN’S HOME
The United Methodist Children’s Home (now called UMCH
Family Services) provides foster care services, adoption
services and family mental health services to families in Ohio.
* WINGS OF THE MORNING CARAVAN CAMPAIGN
The United Methodist Church supports an aviation ministry,
“Wings of the Morning”, in an area of Africa where 6 million
people live with no roads for transportation. A refurbished
Cessna Grand Caravan will greatly increase its ability to
evacuate critically ill and injured villagers to health care
facilities, and fly in medical supplies, bibles, payrolls, pastors,
and mission teams. $160,613 in COD Gifts plus $80,947 given
through the West Ohio Conference equals a total of $241,560.
FUNDING THE VISION
Unleashing Generous Giving
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