Giving at FPC

hunger logoThis month we focus on our church's hunger ministries, celebrating their successes and exploring ways we can do more to build more food security in our city and the surrounding areas. 

We want to raise $40,000 this month to help pay for these ministries, which include Hot Dish & Hope which provides a free meal and a measure of hope to anyone who needs it twice a week in Mullin Life Center.

You can give online here (use the FPCHunger blank) or use the special offering envelopes in the pews on Sundays (10:30 am, Sanctuary).

Each Sunday we will hear about one of our hunger ministries. On July 14, Leslie Isakoff, executive director of A Simple Gesture, will tell us how her agency helps children who are hungry throughout the year. On July 21, we'll learn more about the work of Hot Dish & Hope, and on July 28 we'll learn about our Giving Back Garden. 

Hymnal Dedication

Use this form if you'd like to dedicate a new Glory to God hymnal in honor or in memory of someone.

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Connect

Connect to our SecureGive server to make a gift toward your annual pledge or to make a special gift.

Text to give

Make a gift to our general fund, to our hunger ministries, or toward your annual pledge from your phone.

Here’s how:

1. Create a text message and address it to 74483.

In your message, type the code from choices below, then a space, then the amount you wish to give, without the dollar sign. The message must use this format.

  • fpcgive 50 means you are giving $50 to the general fund
  • fpchunger 75 means you are giving $75 to our hunger ministries
  • fpcpledge 100 means you are giving $100 toward your annual pledge.

The amount, of course, is up to you.

2. You will receive a text back. The first time you give via text, you will receive a link to setup your login and card information. In future the system will recognize you automatically, and send a confirmation text asking you to respond with a Y (meaning yes). You will receive a receipt via email, and your church giving statement will include these gifts.

1824 Fund

The 1824 Fund (named after the year we were founded) is for people who find it easier to set up regular contributions via checking, PayPal, credit card or other accounts via computer, tablet, phone, etc. Set up your giving here

Transfer a stock gift

The church has changed accounts for stocks transfers. If you make gifts to the church via transfer, please contact Brenda Allen, 336-478-4752 or ballen(at)fpcgreensboro.org, or Myles Fish, 336-478-4735 or mfish(at)fpcgreensboro.org, for new account information. 

Paisley Heritage Fellowship

Join Paisley Heritage Fellowship to make the church’s ministry part of your estate’s legacy. Through Paisley Heritage Fellowship, church members can plan estate gifts that will continue their legacies for future generations. Read about some of our "future givers." Email Myles Fish, mfish(at)fpcgreensboro.org, to learn more.

You already have an estate plan

That's right: The only question is whether it's a plan that reflects your values or someone else's. Learn more.

The Joy of Giving

giving

Please support our 2019 ministries with a pledge to the annual campaign. Pledge toward our 2019 ministries here.

Amazon Smile

Amazon Smile

Now FPC can benefit from your Amazon purchases. Go to smile.amazon.com, and log in to your Amazon account. Click to select your charity. Type "First Presbyterian Church, Greensboro" in the box, and select our church. Each time you shop, 0.5 percent of eligible purchase amounts will go to FPC. Please note that this program is not tax-deductible, and you must start at smile.amazon.com.

Giving news

Charitable tax provision

People who are 70½ years of age and older can donate up to $100,000 to FPC (or another charity) directly from their Individual Retirement Accounts. These distributions will not be treated as taxable income. Depending on your circumstances, this could be an excellent way to fulfill campaign pledges, annual pledges, or to make a special year end gift to the ministries of First Presbyterian Church. Please consult with your tax advisor before making a final decision, but we wanted you to know that this provision is now permanent.