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A growing trend among most of us these days is paying for things more with credit and debit cards and less with cash and checks. One church fundraising consulting firm found that as many as 50 percent of people who receive fundraising mailings go online to make their contribution.
This trend means even the smallest churches may find it useful to explore low-cost ways to accept electronic donations for offerings, tithes, and other gifts.
There are now lots of tech tools to collect offerings by church members in different ways. TechSoup has a number of donated products that are available to churches to manage donors, accounting, and donation tracking and reporting, so you can go high tech with your collection plate.
This list is so impressive that without further ado, here is what we have for you.
Here are some accounting software options that can keep track of donations and all your church's other finances.
Find below our impressive list of services that can keep track of your members, donors, pledges, payments, and fundraising campaigns.
With so many choices in this category, you might have a look at our donor management comparison chart to help you decide which ones are suitable for your church.
Collecting credit or debit card payments is central to going high tech with your collection plate. Here are our options for churches for doing that:
Find below ways to quickly create an online store, online fundraising campaign, or mobile fundraising campaign for your church:
Microsoft Office is still the go-to application for email, creating newsletters, and other communications such as flyers and PowerPoint presentations.
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TechSoup has many more donated and discounted software options for churches in addition to tools that will help you go high tech with your offering plate. We invite you to check your eligibility and see what else you may qualify for.
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