GIVE

 
 

GIVE

We worship a God who loves to give! So, we strive to become people who exhibit lifestyles of generosity. We encourage everyone who calls Thrive Church their home to share their faith and resources freely. Gifts are invested in vital ministries that allow us to fulfill our mission at home and around the globe.
 

How To Give

 
You can give through any of the following secure and convenient methods:

On Sundays

 
Simply place cash or checks in the offering plates as directed. Be sure to include your name and address on the check so donation credit can be provided for tax purposes.

Online

 
You can set up one-time or recurring donations. Online giving is fast, easy, and secure.
 

By Text

 
If you prefer to give using your mobile device, text The amount you’d like to give (e.g., $100) to 84321 and follow the instructions that are texted to you.

By Mail

 
Mail gifts to Thrive Church, PO Box 40, Camby, IN 46113. Include your name and address on the check so donation credit can be provided for tax purposes.
 
 
 
 

Online/Text Giving FAQ

What is online giving?

Online giving is a way to make donations electronically by automatic deductions from your checking or savings account, debit card or credit card.

Is giving online secure?

Yes! In fact, it is less risky than checks, since checks can be lost, stolen or destroyed. It also has an extremely high rate of accuracy.

How are gifts deducted?

Once you register online, the contribution amount you specify will automatically be transferred from your bank account or debit card to the church’s bank account.

What does it cost?

Nothing! Additionally, you save the cost of the check.

Is it flexible?

Absolutely! You can set up a schedule so gifts are deducted from your account on the date that you specify.

Can I cancel at any time?

Yes. You can cancel recurring transfers at any time through your secure online account.
 
 
Thrive Church is registered as a nonprofit organization. All gifts are tax-deductible. Personal contribution statements are issued annually for tax purposes. 
 
By accepting credit cards, we are not encouraging a lifestyle of debt. If possible, we would only accept electronic checks and debit cards. However, the major credit card companies prohibit organizations from only taking debit cards. As such, it is impossible for us to prohibit the use of credit cards, while allowing the convenience of debit cards. We encourage all of our contributors to have cash to back their transactions and not to place anything on a credit card for which they do not have the intention or funds to pay-in-full when their monthly statement arrives.
 
 
Still have questions? Contact us.