Giving isn’t just an administrative or even a financial act – it’s a deeply pastoral and missional action. With this in mind, here's three ways churches can celebrate donors and the work being done through them.
As PayPal has grown, they have branched out into various niche industries to try to expand their business, including the non-profit sector. But are they a good fit for your church or non-profit? Let's take a look.
One of the most important ways a donation management system can help a church grow is by empowering church leaders by organizing data and providing insightful reports. Most donation programs are simple transaction-gatherers: they accept a donation online or mobile, maybe have a list of transactions or a graph or two, and that's it. We think there should be more.
Giving kiosks are an innovative and eye-catching way to collect donations, but selecting the right donation system for your organization's needs can be challenging. There are a LOT of options on the market - what should you look for in a donation kiosk?
There’s no way around it – non-profit finances are complex and time-consuming. Every new stage in growth only adds to that burden – more people to keep track of, more special funds to separate and record, and more payment methods (offline/online/kiosk/mobile) to accept. A good donation system will increase your processing ability – but the best donation systems will simultaneously reduce administrative burden on your staff and volunteers.