While most churches have probably already sent out their giving statements for 2023, I’m sure there are number of churches wondering, “Do we really have to print out a receipt for everyone?” You might be surprised by the answer.
Donations from Business Owners
Farmers and Ranchers aren’t the only ones that can give through their business to support the work of the church. Our churches usually have many small business owners that would be overjoyed to use their business to further the work of the church.
Receiving Donations of Cattle
Similar to last week, what if we could make it easier for ranchers to give to the church in a way that will greatly cut their tax bill. That’s what I’m going over in this week’s post.
Telling your Story
Why is it difficult for most church leaders to ask people to give or volunteer? Could it be because your church isn’t clear about it’s own story? Sheri Meister teaches in this webinar on the benefits of knowing and telling your church’s story.
Receiving Donations of Grain
Farmers are often some of the biggest givers to our churches. What if we could make it easier for them to give to the church in a way that will greatly cut their tax bill. That’s what I’m going over in this week’s post.
Receiving Donations for a Specific Individual
From time to time, donors will want to funnel a gift through the church to help a specific individual. There is a right and wrong way to do this if you want to avoid the wrath of the IRS. This post will guide you.
What if the Two Largest Givers aren’t even Members
Many churches are one major donor from being on operational life support. Sheri Meister shares some ideas on how your church can build margin to see you through those tough times.