Giving Avenues at Grand Centre Alliance
We currently have four main giving avenues available for you to support the ministries at GC Alliance Church described below.
Donation receipts are printed in early January each year and regardless of which method you choose it is important that you provide us with any changes to your mailing address.
Please use of our offering envelopes so we can receipt you when you use either the Sunday offerings or the debit machine. Giving envelopes are available in the chairbacks for you to give by cheque or cash. If you will be giving regularly and wish for your name to not show on the donation envelope you can request numbered envelopes at the Info Desk/Coffee bar.
The debit machine in the foyer accepts Interac for you to make donations with (we do not accept credit cards). Please use the envelopes provided next to the machine and write down your amount(s) and your name or donor number as we will not be able to receipt you without one of the two. The debit transaction does provide any personal identification information and it is not possible to link you to the transaction unless we have a name or donor number on the envelope.
We deposit PAPs twice a month, on the 2nd and 17th of the month or the first banking day after those dates when they are on a weekend or bank holiday. If you wish to make use of this regular form of giving, please print and fill out the PAP application PAP application form. Attach a void cheque or banking information form and either drop it off at the church office, fax it, or scan and email it to the email address on bottom of the form.
Send donations to us through online banking using the email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Do not send E-tranfers to the Office email address! Please make sure that you give us your first and last name so that we know who is sending the money. You will need to add any fund designations in the message box. If you leave it blank, your donations will go into the Operating Fund.
A final option is to send cheques through the mail to the address at the bottom of the webpage.