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Giving Methods


Making a gift to Central Baptist College may be accomplished with many types of assets, including cash, securities (either publicly traded or closely held), marketable real estate, or personal property. Current gifts may be made to CBC while a donor is living. Deferred gifts are made from a bequest through a donor’s will at death or after a specified period of time elapses.


A Cash gift is the simplest asset to give. Cash gifts qualify for federal income tax purposes and are fully deductible up to 50% of your adjusted gross income in any one year. Deduction amounts exceeding this limit may be carried forward up to five additional years.  + Give Now



Contributions of mineral interests, coin collections, antiques, royalties, works of art, jewelry, etc. can be given to the College. The gift value for tax purposes will vary with each gift and needs to be determined in advance before making this gift.

Memorial Giving

A memorial gift to the ministry of Central Baptist College can mean so much to family and friends left behind. It is a unique way to show how much you care.

These gifts are special because they not only touch the lives of each of our students but also touch all those with whom our students come into contact. You may also choose to honor a living friend or relative on a special occasion such as a birthday, anniversary or graduation.

We have made this process easy through a program entitled Caring Enough To Remember, a Memorial and Honor Gifts program at Central Baptist College. Cards are available in many of our churches or by calling the Advancement Office at (501) 205-8799. Or, simply note the names on your check when making your gift.

Whether you select a memorial or honor gift, an acknowledgement card will be sent to the family member(s) you designate. Your name will also be listed in the college’s quarterly newsletter and President’s Annual Report. The amount of your contribution will remain confidential.

On behalf of the students who will benefit from your generosity, thank you for … Caring Enough to Remember.