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Church LawEpisode 10|25 min|February 22, 2022

Cash, Check, Cryptocurrency, and More—Why Churches Need More Giving Options, with guest Aquanetta Betts, Esq., of World Vision

Now, more than ever, it’s critical that churches position themselves to accept non-cash donations.

Cash, Check, Cryptocurrency, and More—Why Churches Need More Giving Options, with guest Aquanetta Betts, Esq., of World Vision

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Host Erika Cole talks with Aquanetta Betts, an attorney and philanthropic advisor for World Vision, about the growing number of ways members and other donors can give, such as cryptocurrency. In fact, members may already be using options like bitcoin and would donate it to your church if they knew your church could accept it.

Learn more about these increasingly popular charitable donation options and how your church can best equip itself to add them.

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Questions? We welcome them! Please email Erika Cole at contact@takethenextcall.com

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Erika E. Cole, Esq., known as The Church Attorney®, is one of only a handful of attorneys in the nation who practices exclusively in the area of church law. She currently serves as a senior editorial advisor for Christianity Today’s ChurchLawAndTax.com.

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