Reston Bible Church exists “to know Christ and make Him known” in Northern Virginia and around the world. Your faithful giving plays an integral part in fulfilling that mission.

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GIVE ONLINE

To give online, please login to myRBC, our church's online community. Once you've logged on, click the “$/Give” on the left side of your screen. If you would prefer to give online without logging in to myRBC, click the "Guest Giving" button.
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GIVE BY CASH OR CHECK

Gifts may be given by cash or check in the offering boxes located at the back of the sanctuary or near the Welcome Desk in the lobby.

If you mail your gift (45650 Oakbrook Ct., Dulles, VA 20166), it will be credited on the date of the postmark.

GIFTS THAT HELP TODAY

These tax deductible donations have an immediate impact on the ministries supported by the church.

Stocks and mutual funds held long term (a year and a day or more) may be given to the church with the giver generally qualifying for a contribution deduction based on the market value of the stock as of the date of the gift. If the same stock is sold and the proceeds donated, the appreciated gain would be taxable as a capital gain. If you would like to donate securities, please contact your broker and request that the stock be transferred to E*Trade (DTC: 0385, Account #: 5721-0317).

Individuals who are age 70-1/2 or older can distribute funds, known as a Qualified Charitable Distributions, out of an IRA to RBC tax free. Those 72 and older have the added benefit of counting their donation towards their RMD. The donation must be paid directly from your IRA to RBC. Contact your IRA trustee for specific details on how to make the donation.

Individuals who are age 70-1/2 or older can distribute funds, known as a Qualified Charitable Distributions, out of an IRA to RBC tax free. Those 72 and older have the added benefit of counting their donation towards their RMD. The donation must be paid directly from your IRA to RBC. Contact your IRA trustee for specific details on how to make the donation.

Does your employer have a matching gift program? Did you know that many area employers, including government offices, will match your gift to RBC? To find out if your employer has a matching gift policy, just click here.

Givers considering selling can potentially reduce taxes by giving appreciated commercial, residential or undeveloped property.

This is an irrevocable trust designed to provide financial support to the church for a period of time, with the remaining assets eventually going to family members or other beneficiaries.

If you have a used car that’s in good condition that you’ve been thinking of trading in or selling, why not donate it to RBC instead? In many cases, you are able to claim the fair market value as a charitable gift. Our deacons are aware of several families that would be blessed by a reliable car. Please email deacons@restonbible.org for more information.

Amazon.com started a program called AmazonSmile where they will donate 0.5% of your purchases to an eligible charity of your choice. RBC is registered as an eligible charity and you may designate Reston Bible Church to receive a 0.5% donation of each Amazon purchase you make. To begin, go to smile.amazon.com and follow the instructions. (NOTE: In order for RBC to receive the donation, you must use smile.amazon.com rather than www.amazon.com to make purchases. Please also note that you will not receive a tax receipt for donations made via this program, as all donations are made by the AmazonSmile Foundation.)

You are now able to contribute cryptocurrency to Reston Bible Church.

Give cryptocurrency via Engiven

Your donation is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law. Every effort will be made to honor your donation preference, however, please understand that Reston Bible Church retains complete discretion and control over the use of donated funds as required by the IRS.

GIFTS THAT HELP LATER

A life insurance policy is one way to leave a legacy gift – not just for the people you love but for the church and ministries that are important to you. Your gift will go directly to RBC even if live long on the earth. Permanent life insurance policies stay in force throughout the giver’s life as long as they continue to pay premiums.

A Retained Life Interest is a gift to the church of a personal residence or farm. The giver retains ownership and the right to live in the property for the rest of their life. Upon death, the church is deeded the property allowing the church to sell the property and use the proceeds for ministry growth.

Bequests are gifts that are made as part of a will or trust. A bequest can be to a person, a church, trust or foundation. Anyone can make a bequest – in any amount – to an individual or church.

GIFTS THAT PRODUCE INCOME

A Charitable Gift Annuity is a contract that provides you with a fixed income stream for life in exchange for a sizeable donation to a church. In addition to receiving an income, you may also see a 20-55% tax deduction.

A Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT) is an irrevocable trust that generates a potential income stream for you, or other beneficiaries, with the remainder of the donated assets going to the church.

GIVING STATEMENTS

Contribution statements for every year since 2010 are available in your myRBC profile. Your giving statement will not be mailed to you unless you specifically ask us to do so. To print your statement, simply follow these steps:

  • Log into myRBC
  • Click on the “$/Give” button on the left
  • Click on “Schedules/History” at the top
  • Click on “Giving Statement” (upper right corner)
  • Make sure “Type” is set to “Family”
  • Set the “Quick Date Range” to “Last Year” (or another year of your choice) and then click “Run Report”

If you are not a member of the RBC online community, but would like to sign up, please request a login or click here for more information on myRBC.

If you have any questions about giving online, RBC budget/finances, your giving statement, non-cash gifts, or the myRBC Online Community, please contact Bruce Campbell (brucecampbell@restonbible.org) or Jennifer Jonely (jenniferjonely@restonbible.org).