3 Questions Your Church Should Ask This “Giving Season”

Written by Mogiv Team, Filed under Church Life, Online Giving, Uncategorized.

Next to the employees at your local mall, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone working harder this month than a pastor or church administrator.

There are Christmas concerts and nativity pageants to be coordinated, extra services and outreach opportunities to be planned, not to mention all of the traveling, shopping, and family get-togethers that pack an already crowded schedule!

With so much going on, it’s understandable that “non-essential” things like digital giving end up taking a back seat for a few weeks. But they shouldn’t!

With dozens of family-members and friends visiting your church for the first time this month, and with givers scrambling to get their year-end donations in before the 31st, it is no exaggeration to say that the gifts you receive in December can make or break your budget. (Fun Fact: Nearly 18.00% of all charitable giving and over 22% of online giving takes place in the month of December alone!)

So…is your church prepared to take advantage of these new giving opportunities?

Does your website have a quick and easy giving option that does NOT require me to create an account first?

What about a mobile option that allows me to participate in the offering even if I forgot my checkbook?

Can I designate my online and mobile gifts toward a special Advent Fund or Christmas offering?

With Mogiv, the answer to each of these questions is an enthusiastic YES! Even better, since we don’t charge ANY setup, subscription, or support fees, we make sure that more of your December giving ends up where it belongs…in your bank account!

Give your donors an early Christmas present this year and get started with Mogiv today for free!

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