As more churches will meet virtually over the coming days, it will become vital to provide online giving options for your congregation. We know we serve a generous God and we join with you in praying for generosity from God’s people during these days. Here is a list of potential giving platforms to consider.
Texas Baptists churches now have exclusive access to 6 months of free online giving through GivingFuel, the same fundraising software used by convention staff. The service includes recurring donations, text to give, fund tracking, and year-end statements.
Generosity by LifeWay is opening its digital giving platform to all churches immediately. If your church currently is in need of a digital giving solution this is a very quick and easy opportunity with no setup or monthly subscription fees.
PushPay is a mobile app that provides tithing services, and also gives church leaders the ability to send announcements, upload sermons and provide other useful resources and information.
- PlanningCenter's Church Center app
Church Center is a mobile app that allows church members to give, check-in their families, join groups, manage their personal profile, and register for events.
- Servant PC
Servant PC is a church-based software that allows remote giving through app, website, and texting opportunities. They also offer kiosk and swiping services on-site.
Givelify provides giving services via an app for non-profits and places of worship. It also offers an opportunity to link Givelify to preexisting church apps, allowing church members to give through their usual app.
- Easy Tithe
EasyTithe is a church-based software that offers giving opportunities through app, website and text message. They also provide other resources to help churches promote giving.
- Pay simple
Paysimple is a provider of payment management solutions. Church members can give online through either direct-debit from their checking account or credit card.
- ACS software solution
ACS is a church-based software that allows giving through app, website and text message. Users can also collect money for specific goals, such as mission trips or a building fund.
PayPal is a secure, well-known platform for giving online. Churches can set up a business account for members to easily transfer money and accepts all major credit cards.
Venmo is a money-giving app and also allows for integration on websites. It is a secure way of transferring money that allows users to either transfer money into the app or pay directly through their checking account.