Alternate Methods of Giving to Epiphany

If you would rather not select Online Giving to contribute your financial stewardship to Epiphany, consider these other options:

To switch to Online Giving [Click Here]

  •  Set up an automatic bill-pay through your own personal bank’s online banking program. 

An automatic bill payment is a money transfer scheduled on a predetermined date to pay a recurring amount for stewardship. Automatic bill payments are routine payments made from a banking, brokerage, or mutual fund account to Epiphany. Automatic payments can be made from a checking account or credit card and typically are offered with no additional bank fee.

  • Gift of Stock

Give a gift of stock to Epiphany by completing the Archdiocesan stock transfer form and returning it as per their instruction.  Click HERE to be directed to the Archdiocesan webpage on Giving for further information and a link to the form. Just the form can be found HERE. Donations of stock offer a way to make a charitable gift without having to utilize cash funds. In general, you can avoid capital gains taxes by donating stocks held for more than 12 months; however, you should always consult with your financial advisor or a tax professional to determine the actual tax benefits or any other consequences of a stock donation.

  • IRA Distribution

Instruct your financial advisor or institution to send a donation to Epiphany from your IRA Distribution.

The qualified charitable distribution (QCD) has been around for years, but was only codified as a permanent law a few years ago. A QCD allows those age 70 1/2 to give money to charities directly from their IRAs in a tax advantageous manner. This allows IRA owners who have attained age 70 1/2 to distribute money directly from the IRA to a qualified charity. You should always consult with your financial advisor or a tax professional to determine the actual tax benefits or any other consequences of such a donation.

  • Offertory Envelopes

Receive offertory envelopes (either weekly or monthly) to use when dropping a check or cash into the offertory basket on weekends. The office can make sure these are ordered for you – just let us know!

WeShare Forms/Information:

Paper Online Giving Form [Click Here]

New User Instructions [Click Here]

Returning User Instructions [Click Here]

WeShare How-To Brochure [Click Here]

Alternate Methods of Giving Forms:

Gift of Stock Form [Click Here]

 

 

 

 

 
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