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My Life has Changed Because You Care!

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"With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible." Matt. 19:26
Through The Path, my life has changed in ways I never dreamed! Read more...

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investors Continued support from all of our partners will benefit our clients with employable skills and the chance to retrain while continuing their recovery from poverty.

The Path is well supported and highly regarded in the Citrus County area. The Path is registered to operate under the following names: "The Path of Citrus County," "The Path of Marion County" and "A Path Rescue Shelter." A 501(c)(3) since 1992, The Path is governed by a Board of Directors.

If you can help advance God's Kingdom by investing in the futures of the people we serve through The Path, Path Executive Director, DuWayne Sipper would like to meet you and show you our operations, programs and current projects. We would like to hear from you and share the strategic plans for The Path.

Become Involved Today!

  • Become an Investor in The Path Farm as a social enterprise, farming naturally without pesticides, a local "green" initiative
  • Schedule a tour at The Path's rescue mission or farm
  • Invite Executive Director, DuWayne Sipper to speak to your organization about a variety of topics, including strategic vision, farming methods or other related topics of interest

For additional information or budget, contact Mr. DuWayne Sipper at 352-527-6500, ext. 4. The Path is a 501(c)(3) since 1992 and registered to do business in the State of Florida.

 

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Financial Compliance

Contact Mr. DuWayne Sipper for a copy of The Path's current budget at 352-527-6500, ext. 4.

IRS Form 990 (click for pdf)

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Planned Giving

Thank you! We can't say it enough. We want you to know that we care very deeply for the people who support us financially, who introduce their friends to The Path, and for those who pray for us. We couldn't do this important work without you!

This area is for you. Since Congress approved special charitable giving rules early in the last century, supporters of ministries like The Path have been able to accomplish many things beyond simply writing a check.

For some, the ability to unlock appreciation in their homes or investments have made it possible to increase their own monthly income, while leaving significant gifts to their favorite charitable organizations. Others have included charitable gift planning in how they provide for their families. There are lots of options available to you.

Our hope is that whatever your desire, we can help you
learn about ways to accomplish your goals.

More Information...

Call Mr. DuWayne Sipper, Executive Director to find out how you can contribute to The Path's Foundation at 352-527-6500, ext 4.

Click on the link below to view a pdf with a wealth of information on ways to invest in God's Kingdom through The Path. As with all major financial decisions, please note, individual financial circumstances will vary. The information on this site does not constitute legal or tax advice. Donor stories and photographs are for purposes of illustration only. As with all tax and estate planning, please consult your attorney or estate specialist. All material is for viewing purposes only.

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What is the best way to...

If your goal is to: Then you can: And your benefits may include:
Make a quick and easy gift. Simply write a check now, or give through our secure online process. An income tax deduction and immediate impact on us.
Learn More about Charitable Giving Ideas Find out more from your Financial Advisor regarding Gift Planning Options. Helps you focus on which type of gift could benefit you the most.
Leave a Legacy of Your Support Name The Path as a beneficiary in your Estate Plan. Continues your investment in the Ministry after you are gone. Your gifts are exempt from federal estate tax.
Make a revocable gift during your lifetime. Name us as the beneficiary of assets in a living trust. Full control of the trust terms for your lifetime.
Avoid tax on capital gains. Contribute long-term appreciated Property such as stock, real estate or other securities. A charitable deduction with no capital gains tax.
Receive guaranteed fixed income that is partially tax-free. Create a charitable gift annuity. Current and future savings on income taxes, plus fixed, stable payments.
Avoid the double taxation on IRA, 401k or other Retirement plans. Name us as the beneficiary of the remainder of the retirement assets after your lifetime. It lets you leave your family other assets that carry less tax liability.
Make a large gift with little cost to you. Contribute a life insurance policy you no longer need. Current and possibly future income tax deductions.
Turn an Appreciated Asset into a Lifetime Income, then leave it to the organizations you care about. Create a charitable remainder trust. It gives you tax benefits and often boosts your rate of return.
Fixed payments for life while avoiding market risks. (Annuity Trust)
Hedge against inflation over the long term. (Unitrust)
Give your personal residence or farm, but retain life use. Create a charitable gift of future interest, called a retained life estate. It gives you tax advantages plus use of the property.
Give income from an asset for a period of years but retain the asset for yourself or your heirs. Create a charitable lead trust. Asset is returned to the donor or heirs with federal estate tax savings and income tax deductions for income donated.
Avoid capital gains tax on the sale of a home or other real estate. Donate the real estate to us, or sell it to us at a bargain price. An income tax reduction plus reduction or elimination of capital gains tax.

Individual financial circumstances will vary. The information on this site does not constitute legal or tax advice. Donor stories and photographs are for purposes of illustration only. As with all tax and estate planning, please consult your attorney or estate specialist. All material is for viewing purposes only.