Christ King partners with Vanco Payment Solutions to offer giving options that meet your needs. Options include online giving through our dedicated webpage or the Vanco Mobile Faith Engagement App.
Once you set up an account, your login and password can be used across these platforms. It's quick, easy, safe, and secure.
Please note that any cash received in the offering baskets at Mass will not appear on your giving statement. Your statement will include cash placed in an offering envelope with your parish ID # and/or name.
Checks should be made out to Christ King and should include your parish ID# and name. Your giving statement will include donations made by check. Checks can be placed in the offertory baskets at Mass, mailed to the parish, or dropped in the parish office.
You can sign up for Bill Pay with your bank. A check can be mailed directly from your bank to Christ King, or an electronic deposit can be made. You can also set up recurring payments.
Gifts of appreciated stock and other securities could be a significant contribution to Christ King by assigning ownership to the church, as well as extending benefits to you, the donor. When you sell stock outright, capital gains and income taxes will be due, but by giving the stock instead, your gross income remains unaffected. Capital gains tax becomes a non-issue and you claim the charitable deduction. Appreciated assets must be owned for at least 12 months and it’s always a good idea to consult your tax and financial advisor for the most current tax advantages.
An employer's matching gift program allows you to double your gift! And some programs even match gifts made by retirees and spouses.
Contact your personnel or human resources department for eligibility requirements and an application form. If your employer doesn't have a matching gift program, ask that they consider starting one. For more information about matching gifts, contact Emily Axt, Director of Finance at 414-258-2604 x34 or send an EMAIL.
The monetary value of a gifted asset exceeds what you might give as cash outright. In most cases, asset-based giving is as simple as assigning ownership to the church. Of course, there are many variations on this theme. Here are just a few to get you thinking:
- Real Estate (vacation homes, undeveloped land, commercial and rental properties, farmland)
- Personal Property (a collection, piece of fine art, vehicle, furniture)
- Insurance Policies
A legacy or planned gift is generally characterized by an individual's intention to give a gift from some source other than regular income. A planned gift can take the form of a bequest from one's estate, a gift of property, or a more complex giving arrangement such as a charitable gift annuity or charitable remainder trust. Planned gifts can be set up to occur in the near or not-so-near future depending on the needs and wishes of the donor.
MILWAUKEE ARCHDIOCESE CAMPAIGN
In a rapidly changing world, our mission is to prepare our parishes and Archdiocesan ministries for the next generation of Catholics in our 10 counties in southeastern Wisconsin.
Have questions? We’re here to help! Contact Director of Finance, Emily Axt at 262.781.3480 x34 or