Meet ICR's Donor Relations Department | The Institute for Creation Research

Meet ICR's Donor Relations Department

Meet our Donor Relations team led by Director Charles (Chas) Morse. Their objective is to transform donated resources into Scripture-affirming science for the benefit of thousands of people worldwide. We at ICR want to reach those desperate to hear the discoveries of science that glorify Jesus Christ as Creator, Redeemer, and coming King.

A main focus in Donor Relations is expressing gratitude to donors by letters and phone calls. Our three-year goal is to personally call and write to all ICR donors! We’re reminded of Paul’s declaration, “I thank my God, making mention of you always in my prayers, hearing of your love and faith which you have toward the Lord Jesus and toward all the saints” (Philemon 1:4-5). We strive to follow Paul’s example of thankfulness.

ICR approaches all spending initiatives with much prayer and wise counsel, ensuring that all donations are invested in a manner consistent with our mission. One example of our stewardship of resources is the in-house production of weekly, monthly, and quarterly donor mailings and correspondence. Our new Canon printer and insert machine save our Lord’s ministry here over $100,000 annually, allowing us to invest these funds into furthering God-honoring research and outreach.

If you’d like to support ICR’s work, questions about general donating can be directed to Margie Medford at donations@icr.org.

Additionally, we’re happy to assist you in issuing charitable gift annuities (CGAs), charitable remainder unitrusts (CRUTs), will planning, donations from IRAs, donor-advised funds, stocks, and mutual funds. All you need to know about planned giving to ICR can be found on our website at ICRgiving.org, or you can contact Regina Krieg at stewardship@icr.org.

Know that the hand of our Creator, the Lord Jesus Christ, continues to guide those of us at ICR in our quest to give Him alone the glory and honor due His name (Colossians 1:15-17).

*Mr. Morse is Director of Donor Relations at the Institute for Creation Research.

Cite this article: Charles (Chas) C. Morse, D.Min. 2023. Meet ICR's Donor Relations Department. Acts & Facts. 52 (3).

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