Text 2 Give

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(remember, you can always text, “refund” to refund your latest giving amount. Click here to see a complete list of text commands you can use with Text to Give.)

Online Giving Utility

List of Text 2 Give Command Words

Giving Commands

$50 (Donate $50 to your church. Users can type any amount; the dollar sign is optional (e.g. $50 and 50 both work).)
give $50 (Same as above.)
give (Your online giving number will respond asking how much you’d like to give. Telling people to text ‘give’ to your number can be a more succinct way to communicate text giving.)

Recurring & Specific Funds

$50 missions (Gives $50 to the missions fund. You can customize fund keywords and what fund they point towards.)
$50 weekly (Sets up a recurring gift of $50 each week. Frequency options are ‘weekly’, ‘monthly’, and ‘yearly’.)
$50 missions weekly (Sets up a recurring gift of $50 each week to the missions fund. Frequency options are ‘weekly’, ‘monthly’, and ‘yearly’.)

Refunds/Updates/and Unlink

refund (Refunds the previously given contribution. If the previously given contribution started a recurring gift, the recurrence will also be canceled.)
update (Allows donor to update their payment method or recurring gift. Your text giving number will respond with a link where users can make these changes.)
unlink (Unlinks a user’s phone from the text to give system)

Why Giving Matters

  • Give Generously (Randy Alcorn, Money, Possessions and Eternity)
    “God comes right out and tells us why he gives us more money than we need. It's not so we can find more ways to spend it. It's not so we can indulge ourselves and spoil our children. It's not so we can insulate ourselves from needing God's provision. It's so we can give and give generously (2 Corinthians 8:14; 9:11)”
  • The Discipleship of Giving (Randy Alcorn, Money, Possessions and Eternity)
    “A disciple does not ask, "How much can I keep?" but, "How much more can I give?" Whenever we start to get comfortable with our level of giving, it's time to raise it again.”