Let them give anytime, not just on Sunday.
The benefits of a strong online giving ministry begin when someone’s heart is touched during the week and can give right away. Come summer, recurring payments can help keep the church’s lights on while families vacation. And in times of crisis, it’s never been easier to help.
Whether you’re looking to start your first online giving campaign, you aren’t happy with the option you have in place, or if you just need advice on improving your process, we’re here to help.
Did you know?
Nearly 80 percent of American adult internet users go online in an average day - computer use among those 65 and older has doubled in the last five years.
The Network for Good’s recent survey found total online donation dollars in the first quarter of last year were up 23% over the first quarter of the previous year.
According to Target Analytics, the percentage of individual charitable giving that was done online doubled in the second half of the last decade.
The Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project found one in five US adults – 20% and growing – have made a charitable contribution online.
Online giving is not a one-size fits all solution. It’s customizable for the needs of your church. From fund types to payment options to branding, it’s all up to you.
Which product is right for you?
ACS is our most comprehensive solution for churches. Online giving within ACS is helping grow stewardship at thousands of ministries.
Parish Data System is the top management software choice worldwide for Catholic parishes, schools and dioceses. Catholic ministries are increasingly embracing and benefiting from online giving within PDS.
Realm, the next generation, web-based software, includes an online giving option that’s simple to use. Increase giving levels in your church and encourage members to grow in their spiritual stewardship.
The City is a private social network created specifically for the church. It’s all about real engagement and real community, and with the optional giving module, it’s easier than ever to encourage generosity.