Planned Giving

Project Legacy

Project Legacy has been created to both encourage donors to make planned gifts, and recognize donors who have already made these thoughtful estate planning gifts to Project Rescue. Your gifts to Project Legacy may be designated for a specific area of our ministry or remain undesignated, which will help build an endowment, a perpetual fund that provides financial support for all areas of Project Rescue.
Gifts to Project Legacy through your Will, Trust, or other planned giving arrangements ensure that Project Rescue can continue providing safe places for women and children for decades to come.

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What is Planned Giving?




Estate gifts, commonly called “planned gifts,” include bequests, securities, charitable trusts, life insurance, retirement accounts, and more. By naming Project Rescue as a beneficiary, you leave a legacy of compassion and help provide a hope filled-future for women and children in the bondage of sexual slavery.

If you decide to include Project Rescue in your estate plan, tell us about it! Find out more about our Planned Giving Program and how your gifts can help our mission by calling 417-831-5564 or click below to send a message to our Development Department.

EIN/TIN#: 45-5374961

*Disclaimer: Information provided is of a general nature. Please consult your attorney for specific legal advice and assistance.

Types of Planned Giving

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Stock Gifts

Charitable Gift Annuities

Retirement Plans

Life Insurance Benefits

Non-Cash Gifts

These are the most common ways to make a planned gift. If you would like to find another way to give please contact us.  


A Message From Our Founders

David and Beth

It has been 18 years since God birthed in our hearts the ministry of Project Rescue to sexually exploited women and children in India. At the time, we had no idea the ministry would grow beyond Mumbai (Bombay) to six other Indian cities as well as cities in Nepal, Bangladesh, Moldova, Tajikistan, Spain and France.  We only knew these most vulnerable were in God’s heart, He sent Jesus to set captives free, and we were to cast vision for the church to bring freedom!

Project Rescue is still on mission after 18 years– bringing restoration and new life to victims of sexual slavery through the love and power of Jesus Christ.  But what about Project Rescue’s future? We feel responsible to God and to our parent organization to diligently stay on mission and be consistent in our values and best practice.  We have also been committed to fiscal stewardship, integrity with donors and consistent financial accountability on all levels.

But what about the future?

 We are passionate that Project Rescue ministries to sexually exploited women and children in India, Eurasia and Europe continue beyond David and Beth Grant. 

Project Rescue is not ours.  It is God’s mission which we believe needs to go into the next generation for the sake of the exploited for whom Christ died.  Our passion is that this reflection of God’s heart for the most broken in our world will continue to be a life-changing multi-country ministry for generations to come.

Project Rescue is not ours.  It is God’s mission which we believe needs to go into the next generation…

That is where Project Legacy comes in.  Project Legacy was born out of prayer and strategy to ensure that the mission of Project Rescue which touched 19,000 women and children last year will be sustained into the future.  God continues to open doors for ministry among sex slaves and their children – but every open door requires resources in order to walk through.  Project Legacy is committed to the future of this mission and will be a channel ensuring that women and children in bondage will find healing, deliverance and new life through Christ for many years to come!

Thank you for prayerfully asking God what you can do to help.  God’s heart is and always will be to rescue and redeem sexually exploited women and children.  Join us in Project Legacy to make that possible!

With appreciation,

David and Beth Grant

Take Action

There are many ways to get involved in the fight against sexual slavery and help Project Rescue bring healing to the lives of those we serve.