About The Signatry
Established in 2000, The Signatry is a global community and ministry dedicated to creating eternal impact through generosity across generations. Since our founding, we have facilitated more than $3 billion in transformational grants for nonprofits around the world.
For too long, giving has focused solely on dollar amounts. We believe generosity is a lifestyle that should be focused on transformation. By starting with values and turning them into a lifestyle, we build the foundation for what is truly important: enduring families and eternal impact.
What We Do
As a donor advised fund sponsor, The Signatry administers the accounts through which people give. Through innovative charitable strategies with donor advised funds and complex assets, we empower donors, advisors, and ministries to maximize resources to fulfill their roles in expanding the Kingdom.
Our Global Impact
Our story began in 2000 with a simple but bold vision from our founders: find a way to connect God’s wealth with God’s workers. The Signatry was created to meet this challenge. What began as a foundation in Kansas City has grown with our mission to inspire and facilitate revolutionary generosity and spread the gospel worldwide.
The Signatry is now a global community that has facilitated over $3 billion in grants for nonprofits around the world. We are supporting discipleship and outreach efforts, Bible translations, cultural care, church plants, anti-human-trafficking missions, student ministries, poverty alleviation, clean water initiatives, and so much more. As our story continues to grow, we are more united than ever in our pursuit of transformational generosity for eternal impact.
The Signatry exists to inspire and facilitate revolutionary biblical generosity. The vision is to write the last check to the last missionary to be sent out to the last unreached people group so the last person can hear the gospel.
We’ve spent years discovering how to best partner with families, advisors, and ministries, and we’re convinced that making the biggest impact for the Kingdom requires an intentional focus on transformational generosity.