Receive, invest, and manage gifts to your community of faith.

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One of the three main reasons people give to any organization is a clear belief that their gift will be managed well in order to make an impact toward that organization’s calling and purpose.

How you receive, invest, and manage the financial resources of your community of faith is not only a way of living out your faith and your calling, but it can also directly affect a donor’s willingness to give.

Giving Monthly through PAR

Information about our Pre-Authorized Remittance monthly giving program, including the set-up and update forms and instructions.

CanadaHelps Donations

CanadaHelps is a registered Canadian charity whose purpose is to help other registered Canadian charities receive online donations to enable their work—your work. Your community of faith is already listed on CanadaHelps. Find out how to set up your CanadaHelps page, how to promote online giving through your website, and more.

As online giving increases, you need to make giving easy for your donors. Find out how on the CanadaHelps website.

CanadaHelps Donor Management System

CanadaHelps offers a very reasonably priced Donor Management System (DMS) package to help you better understand your donors so you can make informed decisions, cultivate relationships, and, ultimately, raise more money to fund your calling and purpose.

United Church Foundation Investment Options

Your community of faith has options to invest, both within the United Church Foundation by establishing your own endowment fund, or on your own through partnerships the Foundation has created. Find out what might work for you.

Create an Investment Policy Statement for Your Community of Faith

An Investment Policy Statement (IPS) is a document that gives clear direction to your investment strategy. Inside, you set clear objectives and criteria for investing that will inform your choices moving forward. Learn more about an IPS on the United Church Foundation website.