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Ways to support our mission

Siouxland Catholic Radio is a listener-supported station, non-profit radio apostolate.  88.1 FM broadcasts the Gospel message over the airwaves and internet and changes people's lives because of you. 


Become a donor today!  Our tax id# is 42-1516853. Thank you and God bless you!   

St. gabriel angel

St Gabriel Archangel

Become a St. Gabriel Angel by making a monthly tax-deductible donation of any size.  You can make your donation via cash, ACH, or credit card.  Siouxland Catholic Radio can also bill you.  

father harold cooper legacy society

Father Harold Cooper, Founder, of Siouxland Catholic Radio.

Like Father Harold Cooper, your legacy will shine brightly throughout Siouxland through your support of 88.1 FM.  

The Father Harold Cooper Legacy Society recognizes individuals, like you, whose "planned gifts" provide long-term financial support of Siouxland Catholic Radio.  

A "planned gift," is also referred to as a bequest.  A bequest, through your will or trust, is one of the most popular and flexible ways in which you can transform tomorrow at no cost today.

You can specify a dollar amount, a percentage of your estate, or a particular asset.  

Your gift may reduce your taxes*.  

Consult your professional advisor first.  Then, contact St. Gabriel Communications/Siouxland Catholic Radio at 712-224-5342. 

Options for giving

Charitable Gift Annuity: 

Provides you guaranteed annual income payments for life at a rate based upon your age.  You may receive an income tax deduction for a portion of the value of the gift transferred.

IRA Rollover: 

Allows you, if you are 72 or older, to reduce your taxable income and make a gift directly from your IRA.

Donor Advised Fund (DAF): 

Allows you to time when you wish to make a gift to your favorite organization.  You may receive an income tax deduction the year you make the gift.  You may decide later on your transfers to favorite charities.

IRA, 401(k), 403(b), or Other Retirement Plans: 

Can be transferred to a person or charity after you pass away.

Endowed Fund:

Is a fund whose principal is not spent.  The annual income is "harvested."  An endowed gift enables you to leave a lasting legacy.

Charitable Remainder Trust (CRT):

Can provide income for you and your family.  After all of the payments are made to your family, the remaining trust assets will be given to charity.  You may also consider funding a lifetime CRT.  You will receive a charitable income tax deduction and trust income payouts.  

Living Trust: 

Holds your property and is managed by your or a trustee you select.  You or your selected trustee may own, manage, and control your assets during your lifetime.  You may add property to or remove property from the trust at any time.  Any trust income is taxable to you.

Life Insurance Policy:

Besides the financial benefits, this provides flexibility for the beneficiaries after you or the person, whose life is insured, passes away. 

*Disclaimer:  The information contained in this discussion is intended to be of general nature only.  You should not act on this information without consulting a qualified professional to determine how this may apply to your unique personal and/or business situation.  Gift results may vary. 

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