In December 2020, Ridgecrest was put up for sale by its previous owner. The Ridgecrest Foundation took a big step of faith, taking on almost $16M in debt to preserve these ministries. By God’s grace, the generous support of many who believe in what we do, and our laser-focused commitment to wisely stewarding our resources, we have reduced this debt by 75% in only three years! Our goal is to eliminate the remaining $4M balance by the end of 2024 so we can fully focus on pursuing God’s plans for Ridgecrest’s future.

We need your help to “show debt the door in 2024” – will you make a gift today?

Charitable Gift Acceptance Policy

Ridgecrest will accept unrestricted gifts, and gifts for specific programs and purposes, provided that such gifts support Ridgecrest’s stated mission, core values, vision, purposes, and priorities. Ridgecrest will not accept gifts that are too restrictive in purpose. Gifts that are too restrictive are those that violate Ridgecrest’s charter and bylaws or government regulations, gifts that are too difficult to administer, own, or steward, gifts that include burdensome carrying costs, or gifts that are for purposes outside Ridgecrest’s mission. All final decisions on the restrictive nature of a gift, and its acceptance or refusal, shall be made by Ridgecrest’s CEO.

Acceptable Gifts: Unrestricted Cash ~ Tangible Personal Property ~ Securities ~ Real Estate ~ Remainder Interests in Property ~ Bargain Sales ~ Life Insurance ~ Charitable Gift Annuities (minimum: $5,000) ~ Charitable Remainder Trusts ~ Charitable Lead Trusts ~ Retirement Plan Beneficiary Designations ~ Bequests ~ Life Insurance Beneficiary Designations ~ Donor Advised Funds ~
Any other gift approved by CEO

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