What is the Endowment Fund?

The Endowment Fund is a tax-Exempt 501(c)(3) chartable corporation. It is
legally separate from Green Valley Baptist Church, but exists to support the Church and its programs. The Fund is administered by a five-person Board of Directors who are chosen for five-year terms. The charter requires all Directors to be Green Valley Baptist Church members.
The Board has selected EverBless Foundation to manage the Endowment Fund account. Under the
direction of the Board of Directors, investments are made to conserve and increase its capital value,
while generating returns that will enable it to provide additional support of the Church and its programs.

 The Purpose 

The Green Valley Baptist Church Foundation Endowment Fund is established to provide a means
whereby cash and property may be received, managed, and applied in such manner as will advance the Gospel of Jesus Christ through, or in a manner consistent with, the ministries of Green Valley Baptist Church. Inherent in the concept of an endowment is permanency of the principal with only the earnings being available for expenditure. The Fund is meant for the future. It allows the present generation to be a part of the ministry of Green Valley Baptist Church which future generations will carry on. It will strengthen and undergird those who come after us for the tasks and opportunities which God will provide. 

What does it support?

The Endowment Fund will seek to provide a perpetual source of income to benefit five current categories:

Missions: Local, regional and world projects.

Education: Programs for youth and adults.

Youth: Support for youth of all ages.

Worship and Music: Support for the worship life of Green Valley Baptist Church.
Capital Projects: Major renovations and building of new facilities.

How Can I Give to the Fund? 

Giving to the Endowment Fund is a special way for members and friends to provide long-term support to Green Valley Baptist Church. The Fund accepts gifts of cash, stocks, bonds and, in certain instances, real estate, or other assets. You may also make gifts to the Fund in memory of a deceased individual or in honor of someone still living, providing an ongoing memorial that benefits the Church and its programs.