Financial Pledge/Monthly Giving:
In addition to being an instrument for making financial contributions to the parish, the weekly envelope or online giving can serve as a concrete expression of gratitude and sacrifice during the celebration of the Eucharist.
Leaving a gift through your will, establishing a charitable remainder trust, creating a gift annuity, or designating Saint John as a beneficiary on a life insurance policy are just a few of the ways you can plan now to make a difference in the future.
In-Kind Gifts, such as labor and materials, can have a major positive impact on the Church. For example, if you own or work for an excavation, construction, electrical or plumbing company, your company may choose to donate its services and/or materials to the Church. This can be done pro bono or at a reduced rate. Tax benefits may apply for these gifts.
Parishioners are welcome to dedicate funds for particular parish needs—such as library books, vestments, and candles.
Gifts of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds that have increased in value during your ownership can result in tax savings. If your portfolio has incurred losses, you can use those losses to reduce your taxable income.
Use automatic withdrawal through Online Giving. Contact Cris Denning, (785) 843-0109, email@example.com, to arrange your online giving account.
Upon registering at St. John you will receive weekly giving envelopes. Also included are envelopes for special occasions/donations (flowers for Easter, Mother’s Day, etc.) that can be given in honor/remembrance of a loved one.
Give to Special Funds:
Contact Cris Denning, (785) 843-0109, firstname.lastname@example.org, to get more information on the funds currently available to accept donations.