Many Ways To Give

Just as there are billions of people around the world crying out for our help, there is a growing group of people responding to that cry through King’s Ransom Foundation. That’s why we have created several ways for you to get your donation to the people who need it:


Check/Money Order

Ship to:

King’s Ransom Foundation
P.O. Box 293593
Kerrville, TX 78029



PayPal is often the easiest way for many people to give, especially for those that lives outside the United States.

Log into PayPal here and send funds directly to our email address [email protected]. If you want to designate a specific project, put that in the notes.


Credit/Debit Card

Visit our Projects page to find specific things we’re doing, our Nations page if you want to give to a specific nation/region or our Fundraisers page if you want to help us raise funds for some of our primary initiatives. They all safely accept credit and debit cards as well as ACH donations direct from your US financial institution.


Bank Account

From any donation form on our website, there is an option to use eCheck. That option allows you to donate directly from your US checking or savings account using your routing and account Number.


Domestic & International Wires

Texas Partners Bank
1900- NW Loop 410
San Antonio, TX 78213
DOMESTIC – ABA 114025641
Account 90021320

Please email us at [email protected] so we can properly apply the donation to the correct donor and project.


Stock Options

If you want to donate stock or other financial instruments, we have an account with Charles Schwab that can facilitate that. Call us at 866-590-3499 and we will walk you through the process.


Estate Bequests

If you want to include King’s Ransom Foundation in your estate plan or will, visit with your financial planner.


Set Up A Donor Advised Fund

Here’s a great place to start: The National Philanthropic Trust

1) Non-Cash Gifts

You can give non-cash gifts such as real estate, stocks and crypto to Kings Ransom through a Donor Advised Fund.

Your benefit is to avoid selling assets and incurring tax and you would receive a full deduction for the gift as long as you owned the asset for at least one year.

2) Large One-Time Donations

Many donors do not receive a deduction for their charitable giving because the giving does not exceed their standard deduction.  Assume you give $500 per month, for a total of $6000 per year and that you have a mortgage and pay $1500 per month in interest.  At the end of the year, you would have a potential deduction of $6000 (donation) and $18,000 (mortgage interest) for a total of $24,000.  In 2023, the standard deduction for a married couple was $27,700 and you would receive no tax benefits.

With that same scenario, you open a donor-advised fund and donate $24,000 one-time to fund four years of giving. You instruct the fund to make monthly $500 grants to King’s Ransom. You would receive a charitable deduction of $24,000. In addition, your donation would earn interest and over time, the donation to King’s Ransom could be increased.


Employer Matching

Many employers will match at least a part of their employees’ charitable donations, and we have an automated system that will find out if yours is one of them.

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Our Information

Physical Address:

420 Water Street
Suite #101
Kerrville, TX 78028

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 293593
Kerrville, TX 78029

(866) 590-3499
KRF Homepage
Tax ID Number: 26-4451422