Bill and Lois Rinne of suburban Kansas City are pleased to support our efforts. Bill received free coffee, donuts, and orange juice from The Salvation Army in WW II and recalls his mother donating food she canned. Lois came to Kansas City in 1948 and after retiring, wanted to volunteer. A friend invited her to Camp MoKan to wrap Christmas presents, and Lois was impressed by the organization and joined the Women’s Auxiliary. Both Lois and Bill have volunteered many times.
Several years ago, the Rinnes decided to invest in The Salvation Army’s ministry with a charitable gift annuity. In exchange for their gift, they received guaranteed income paid by The Salvation Army to them for their lifetimes. They liked the arrangement so much that they have started more gift annuities. Each one also provides some tax-free income and a partial charitable income tax deduction. Bill says, “The gift annuity is such an honest way of investing to benefit The Salvation Army. It’s a good two-way street and the gift annuities bring a good feeling to us. To receive the income in return is an added bonus.”
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