Why Give Monthly?

 

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Are you looking for ways to make your donations stretch further to help even more kids?

One of the best things you can do to help is to make your giving a monthly pledge…and there’s great benefits for you too. Here’s our top 3 reasons why YOU should consider opening a monthly pledge.

1. Expand Your Impact

The most important reason for monthly giving is that it allows us to work more effectively and efficiently… and that means more children hearing the Gospel, and receiving the support they need to thrive.

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Your pledged gifts provide money we can count on, and plan ahead for. That provides much-needed program stability, that helps us serve the kids better. We always strive to be excellent stewards of your gifts. Being able to anticipate gifts allows us to make wise financial decisions and maximize the way we spend each dollar to serve even more kids.

2. Simplify Your Life

Monthly giving is also easier for you! With an automatic payment from your credit card or directly from your bank, you don’t have to worry about a thing.

With a pledge, it’s one-and-done! No more filling out forms, digging up your credit card, or deciding how much to give and when. Once it’s set up, your recurring gift takes care of itself. You can also manage your payment online, making any necessary changes.

Cut the hassle – create a monthly pledge!

3. Access Exclusive Content

As a monthly donor, you gain access to exclusive content and updates about the impact you’re making.

If you choose to sponsor a child, you will get to build a relationship with your child through letters, photos and updates. But if child sponsorship isn’t for you, there are many other monthly giving options, too. And as a monthly donor, you’ll receive quarterly program updates with news, stories, prayer requests, and more!

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If you want to be more connected to the way your gifts impact children’s lives, creating a monthly pledge might be the right fit for you!

Create a monthly pledge

 

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