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INDIVIDUAL GIVING – By making a donation to Masonic Children & Family Services of Texas (MCFSTX) your gift can help fund things like food, medical care, or even therapy for an autistic child, to name a few.

TRIBUTE GIFT – Honor a beloved person by making a gift in their name to MCFSTX . An honorarium/memorial acknowledgement will be sent.

EMPLOYER MATCH – Did you know that hundreds of employers will match contributions for their employees? Find out today if your employer has a matching gift program.

MONTHLY GIVING – There is no better way to show you care than to give a gift that you can afford each month. Be part of the Hero Club today!

PLANNED GIVING – A process that refers to making a charitable gift of your assets to a non-profit organization, a gift that requires consideration and planning of your overall estate. The gift can be made while you are alive or after you pass through a bequest.

BEQUESTS – A donor may include a provision in their will or living trust to make a specific bequest to MCFSTX.

CHARITABLE TRUSTS AND CHARITABLE REMAINDER TRUSTS – A charitable trust enjoys a varying degree of tax benefits and creates a legacy for the organization.

LIFE INSURANCE – A donor may wish to name MCFSTX as a beneficiary of an existing insurance policy or create a separate policy specifically for the organization

RETIREMENT PLANS – Simply name MCFSTX as beneficiary of your 401k retirement plan or IRA with a simple change to your beneficiary designation

REAL ESTATE – Your gift of a vacation home, primary residence, land or other real estate property will help our efforts to continue to serve underserved children, their families and widows

SECURITES – Gifts of stocks, bonds and mutual funds are a meaningful way for a donor to give.

For information about how you can donate, please contact:
Sandy Shelby, Director of Development
Masonic Children & Family Services of Texas

Phone: 817-503-1510
Email Sandy

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“We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give.” – Winston Churchhill