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Beneficiary Designation

How It Works

Gary and Sue decided to set up a designated beneficiary arrangement to benefit the CRCNA. They choose to designate a portion of their retirement accounts to be transferred directly to the CRCNA upon their passing. This process involves simply contacting their retirement account provider and completing the necessary beneficiary designation forms, specifying the CRCNA as the recipient. 

By selecting a tax-exempt organization like the CRCNA, the full amount that they designate will go to the CRCNA rather than being subject to taxes.

Simplify Your Giving with Beneficiary Designations

At CRCNA, we recognize that not everyone wishes to make a long-term commitment through their wills or estates. For those seeking greater flexibility, beneficiary designations offer a straightforward path to make a meaningful impact. You can easily designate CRCNA as a beneficiary through various means, including:

  • Registered Retirement Plans
  • Life Insurance Policies
  • Donor Advised Funds
  • Commercial Annuities

It's a hassle-free process to name CRCNA as a beneficiary. To get started, simply request a change-of-beneficiary form from your policy administrator or download the form from your provider's website. Fill out the form with your desired changes and return it. Your contribution will help support our mission, leaving a lasting legacy.


Charitable Information

Please consult with your bank representative or investment advisor if you are considering this gift.  If you include the Christian Reformed Church in North America in your plans, please use our legal name and CRA Registered Charity Number.

  • Legal Name:The Christian Reformed Church in North America (CRCNA) 
  • Address: 3475 Mainway PO Box 5070 STN LCD 1 Burlington, ON L7R 3Y8 Canada
  • Registered Charity No. #856901285 RR0002