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Have the teachings and ministries at Mile Hi Church made an impact on you? For many of us, Mile Hi Church has changed our lives for the better. Consider playing a part in preserving the programs that the Foundation supports to ensure these teachings live on in...read more
What You Need to Know About Charitable Gifts The new tax law took effect on January 1, 2018. Of the numerous changes to the law, two items that will most directly affect charitable gifts include: An increase in the standard deduction ($12,000 for singles, $24,000 for...read more
Thanks to some significant growth and retooling in 2017, the Foundation is poised to even more effectively support Mile Hi Church in thriving in perpetuity. Each Nautilus member, donor and director partnered to make this happen. Endowment Milestone Reached: $1.12...read more
“The teachings of Mile Hi Church have the power to change the world, and the mission of the Mile Hi Church Foundation is to ensure the financial future of the church. Therefore, naming Mile Hi Church Foundation as a beneficiary in my will was not a decision. It was a given. It is my great privilege to give back to the church that has been such an important part of my life.”
“Each year, as we review our estate plan, we look at the amount designated for the Foundation and determine if we want to add more to it (which we have actually done). We feel a very strong sense of commitment to continue that planning and are considering participating in the planned Giving While Living program for the Foundation.”
Bob and Judith Brocker
“…[M]y wife Linda and I updated our estate plan and requested that Mile Hi Church Foundation receive a significant portion of our estate. We want to make sure that Mile Hi Church flourishes into the future and the teaching of Science of Mind will be available to our great grandchildren and all future generations.”