Financial support is the lifeblood of Future Leadership Foundation missions. Your contributions make the difference.
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The ministry overseas of FLF is funded in three ways:
- Coaches (Trainers) are responsible for funding all their costs, including travel, lodging and meals.
- FLF, through the faithful contributions of its financial supporters, pays a portion of the project expenses as well as the infrastructure that allows this ministry to operate daily.
- The global partner commits to provide a part of the training event. The FLF motto here is equal sacrifice, not necessarily equal funding.
So your support makes these projects possible. How you can contribute financially:
- Send a check payable to Future Leadership Foundation, P.O. Box 1891, Columbia, Mo, 65205. If your gift exceeds $250, FLF will send you a tax substantiation letter, your proof of a tax-deductible gift.
- Go online and make a one-time donation as a guest or set up an account. You can also set up a recurring donation from your bank account or by using your credit card. Use your credit card to make a safe and secure transaction.
- Support us with an estate gift in the future.
- Contribute to our endowment fund. The proceeds from these contributions help us build the ministry for the future.
- If you search online, use goodsearch.com. A portion of your purchase will be contributed to the Future Leadership Foundation. Select Future Leadership Foundation (not FLF) as the cause of your choice.
We can assist you in making any of these possibilities a reality. The Future Leadership Foundation is a 501.c.3 non-profit corporation. All contributions received from residents of the United States are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.
The Future Leadership Foundation holds itself to the highest standards of financial accountability:
- We contract with Evers & Company, CPA’s, LLC, a full-service accounting firm licensed in Jefferson City, Mo.
- The treasurer is a retired senior vice-president of a bank, member of a Foundation board, and former deputy state treasurer for the State of Missouri.
- FLF voluntarily agrees to non-profit guidelines put forth by the independent party Guidestar.
- In 2013 FLF was accepted as a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, www.ecfa.org. This ministry now has approximately 1,200 organizations with a combined income of $14 billion.
- All systems are in place to provide the financial and ethical integrity essential for a 21st-century ministry.