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Donations: Support Your Church

We may not be meeting, but the Church's expenses continue.

There are several ways you can continue to support your Church even when we can't (or shouldn't) meet together.
Please consider one of these options, and Thank You for your continued support!

  1. One way is this link:  "Pre-Authorized Donations Authorization for Bank Withdrawal"  and print off the form, fill it out and sign it, and return it to the Church Office. This form will set up automatic withdrawals on a monthly basis so you never have to worry about missing your donation.
  2. Another way is to request an e-transfer of funds from your bank to [email protected] Be sure to include your full name in the message area for tax receipt purposes. (no security question is required). Contact Sonya if you need more help by calling 403-932-6556 or check out this information page.
  3. We are now set up to accept donations by PayPal by sending it to [email protected]. This option has transaction fees of 2.9% + $0.30/transaction that you can choose to absorb yourself.
  4. Sonya will accept your donation envelope with cheque (no cash accepted) on Thursdays between 9:30am - 11:30am. Otherwise, please mail it to: All Saints Anglican Church, Box 1043, Cochrane AB, T4C 1B1
  5. You can give online using your Credit Card via a secure service called TITHE.LY . This allows you to choose which Church fund to donate to (General Fund, Ben Greenfield Memorial Building Fund, or Columbarium Construction Fund), and is a simple and easy process. There are fees of 2.9% + $0.30 per credit card transaction (which you can absorb by sliding the appropriate button). However you can collect Air Miles or points on your credit card, so you win! Many people have already used this option and we thank you.
    Click the Donate Here button below to get started using TITHE.LY.

 

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