Celebrating the Season of Giving
We are halfway through The Twelve Days of Pushpay Features. For those of you who haven’t been following along, we have highlighted some of our favorite features chosen by our teams, and the value that they can bring to people like you. To accompany each feature, we’ve also selected a charitable organization that we will be supporting.
So far, we’ve highlighted these features:
Day 1: A Highly Secure, PCI Compliant Platform
Pushpay is fully compliant with the security regulations set forth by PCI security standards. Pushpay has also been built to provide the right people with the right amount of access to their data. Churches can be assured that the right person will have access to the right information.
Day 2: A Recurring Migration Tool
At Pushpay, we’ve developed a migration tool that automates the transition of each person’s scheduled gift. This process is simple to set up, and every gift is tracked on our migration dashboard, so no gift gets left behind.
Day 3: A Donor Development Dashboard
When giving stops, on a spiritual level, this can indicate that the person has lost that connection to the Church. But it can also be a significant life event like the loss of a job, medical bills, or cutting back on expenses. The church now has a clear understanding of who to reconnect with for pastoral care.
Day 4: Web Giving in Spanish
With over 41M US residents who speak Spanish at home, this new feature helps churches engage with them. Our Catholic parishes will also appreciate this feature since a third of Catholics are from Spanish speaking countries.
Day 5: Assured Payments
Assured payments is a feature unique to Pushpay and is a reliable resource that guarantees churches are always taken care of. If there is ever a temporary issue with the payment provider, the gift made to your church is queued up for process later.
Day 6: ChMS People Duplicate Detector
The Duplicate Detector can recognize potential duplicates within the system and merge up to five potential duplicate profiles into one. This becomes a huge benefit as it allows churches to clean up and consolidate their data quickly, with the ability to select which data to keep.
Click here to follow along and learn more about the first six features.
Celebrating The Season of Giving
“I think that deep inside, all of humanity knows there’s truth here, whether they want to admit it or not. There’s a joy that comes at Christmas. There’s a season of giving, so people feel this generosity.” – Chris Tomlin.
In celebration of the giving season, we’ve been supporting different charitable organizations during our 12 Days of Features. We wanted to take a moment to highlight each one and the incredible work that they are doing to give back and support others.
March of Dimes has supported millions of moms and their babies by advocating for policies, prioritizing their health, and pioneering research to find solutions to the biggest health threats for moms and babies.
WIND is a Christian, non-profit organization that was established in 2007 to look beyond the confines of typical solutions and address issues associated with poverty in the Highlands of Guatemala.
The mission of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is to advance cures, and means of prevention, for pediatric catastrophic diseases through research and treatment.
Samaritan’s Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to help meet the needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God’s love through His Son, Jesus Christ.
NAMI is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness.
Since 1994, ABRT, a nonprofit dog rescue and training organization in Colorado Springs, has been rescuing, rehabilitating, and finding forever families for dogs deemed unadoptable and facing euthanasia.
Seattle’s Union Gospel Mission is a nonprofit ministry that loves and cares for our homeless neighbors throughout greater Seattle.
Project 658 provides resources from an incredible team of ministry staff and skilled volunteers in Charlotte, NC to those living in poverty, domestic violence victims, refugees, and families and individuals in need.
Water.org is a global nonprofit organization working to bring safe, accessible, and cost-effective water and sanitation to the world.
Fellowship Hall helps those suffering from the disease of alcoholism and provides a treatment program focused on the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
We’ll be sharing six more features as we get closer to Christmas. Click here to follow along and learn more.