We need your help!  Approximately two-thirds of our active clergy are age 50 years or over.  In the next 10-15 years, we will see a significant increase in the number of retirees and spouses.  To maintain our level of services, we must continue to raise funds.  Click the DONATE button below to make your contribution today.  All gifts are fully tax deductible and will be added to our corpus.

 

 Planned GivingWebsite PASBF launches new Planned Giving Website.  This site is full of valuable information regarding giving and planned giving.  You may even set up your own Planned Giving Document through this website.  Check it out by clicking on the button.

Upcoming Events

PASBF is looking for 2 new Program Assistants.  The Assistants fulfill a key role in our ministry to retired clergy and spouses.  Click for a Job Description and/or Application.  Deadline to apply is August 15, 2018.  For more questions, contact Keith Anderson at keanderson@igrc.org.

Do you:

1) Want to earn more interest than less than 1%

2) Have money sitting in an account not being used

3) Want to support PASBF

If you answered Yes to these questions, then check out Charitable Gift Annuities.

Do you have expensive prescription medications?  Are you in the donut hole?  If you answer YES to one of those questions, click the link below to apply for the Medicare Part D Benefit from PASBF.

2017 Medicare Part D Benefit Application

PASBF offers several seminars designed for local churches and districts.  For more descriptions of the seminars that are offered, please click here.

  • Creating a Church Budget (Ed Weston)
  • Understanding Church Finances (Ed Weston)
  • Fundraising in the Local Church (Ed Weston)
  • Capital Campaigns (Ed Weston)
  • Estate Planning (Ed Weston or Keith Anderson)
  • Financial Planning (Keith Anderson)
  • Retirement Planning (Keith Anderson)

To schedule a seminar, contact Ed Weston or Keith Anderson.

If you have received a medical bill and you do not believe you owe anything, click here to download the Guidelines for Reporting Claim Problems for the Medicare Supplement Plan.  The sheet will provide you with what information is needed and who to contact.  Please know claims can take up to 90 days to be processed.

If the issues is related to your prescription medications, you will need to contact your Medicare Part D Plan directly.