Your partnership sustains our mission


You can make a secure and tax-deductible contribution to Leadership Transformations (LTI) by credit or debit card. Click the button below to give to the ongoing ministry of LTI.

After 20 years of coming alongside others in their spiritual formation, discernment, and renewal, I’m convinced more than ever that the ministry of LTI is vital to the Body of Christ.

Your tax-deductible donation supports our worldwide efforts to offer soul care retreats, workshops, resources, training through our certificate programs, podcasts, consulting, and spiritual direction.

It’s my joy to partner with you as we serve the spiritual formation, discernment, and renewal of leaders and learners worldwide.

Your brother in Christ,

Steve Macchia
Founder and President

Leadership Transformations, Inc. is a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax deductible.

Other Ways to Give


Make your donation payable to “Leadership Transformations, Inc.”

PO Box 338
Lexington, MA 02420

(FED EIN: 01-0779814)


Giving to LTI is as simple as setting up a one-time or recurring bill pay with your bank account. Here are links to three major banks to do this: Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo. If your bank is not listed, simply search your bank’s website and to learn how to set up bill pay. You’ll need to enter LTI’s contact information above as a new bill payee. (LTI’s phone number is 1.877.TEAM.LTI.)


A charitable contribution of long-term appreciated securities — i.e. stocks, bonds and/or mutual funds that have realized significant appreciation over time – is one of the most tax-efficient of all ways to give. This method of giving has become increasingly popular in recent years because of two key advantages:

  1. Any long-term appreciated securities with unrealized gains (meaning they were purchased over a year ago, and have a current value greater than their original cost) may be donated to a public charity and a tax deduction taken for the full fair market value of the securities – up to 30% of the donor’s adjusted gross income.
  2. Since the securities are donated rather than sold, capital gains taxes from selling the securities no longer apply. The more appreciation the securities have, the greater the tax savings will be.

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