FINANCIAL PARTICIPATION

Our church is filled with many folks practicing their worship participation by generously supporting our community.  Should you consider to do the same, we are incredibly thankful for your support.


Our online donation process is partnered with Donate.ly; who provide the necessary tools to make it easy for you to donate online through an easy form below.  In addition, all donations are secured through our website with SSL Security encryption for your safety.  You can donate one-time, setup a recurring donation, and also give anonymously.

If you have not activated your account through the auto-reply email, you can do so now below. Or, If you are a returning participant, you can manage your account by logging into Donate.ly at the button below.

Thanks for you support!

 
 

Please fill out the form below to begin your financial participation with VOX Community


STOCK GIVING

VOX is now able to receive gifts of stocks, bonds, and mutual funds.  This is a great way to have your cake and eat it, too, as you can usually deduct the full fair market value of these  long-term assets you've held for more than one year. In addition, if you donate stocks or other investments, you pay no capital gains tax.  Donating investments—especially highly appreciated securities—instead of cash can be a very effective and tax-efficient way to support Vox. Generally, if your assets have appreciated in value, it’s best not to sell securities to generate the cash you need for a donation. Contributing the securities directly to the charity increases the amount of your gift as well as your deduction.

One rule to remember here is that the deduction is limited to 30% of your adjusted gross income (AGI). This differs from a 60% limit for donations of cash, but you can still carry forward unused deductions for five years. If you’re planning a large contribution that’s close to or exceeds these AGI limits, first talk with a tax professional. If you’re holding securities with a loss, it’s usually better to sell first. By doing so, you can take the capital loss for tax purposes and then donate the cash. In most cases, though, donating appreciated securities can be a cost-effective way to benefit the charities of your choice.

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