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.
- IRS Resources | IRS Publication 1771 Charitable Contributions and IRS information on Non-cash donations
- Articles | Determining Financial Policies for Your Church, Tax Rules for Gifts of Personal Property, Gifts of Property: Help Donors Get It Right and Are You Prepared to Accept Bitcoin Donations?
- Book | 2022 Church & Clergy Tax Guide (specifically chapter 8)
- Websites | The Giving Block and Engiven
- Learn more about Erika’s 6-week course to help burnout pastors gain the support and confidence to move forward in a way that maintains their Christian values.
Questions? We welcome them! Please email Erika Cole at firstname.lastname@example.org
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