The Abbotsford Vineyard Church is committed to being generous with our church family, generous with our community, and generous with our world for the glory of God. We seek to extend mercy and justice into a broken world and help people grow in a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.
As a non-profit organization, AVC relies on your generosity as we partner together to extend the gospel in our church, our community and the nations.
WAYS TO GIVE
CASH AND CHEQUES CAN BE:
- Placed in offering envelope and dropped in the’ Offering Mailbox’ at the back of the auditorium during a worship service
- Dropped off in person at the Church Office
- Mailed to Church Office – #2-2650 Progressive Way, Abbotsford, BC V2T 6H9
- This automated withdrawal from your bank account can be set up with the Accounting Department or you can download the Automaticgiving form and drop into the Blue Mailbox or mail to the Church Office.If you have any questions or would like to set up Pre-Authorized payments, please call the Church Office at 604-864-9162 and ask for the Finance Department.
- Through the Kiosk at the back of the auditorium – there are instructions on how to set up an account and make your donation – a recurring donation can be set up for a weekly or monthly amount.
- Download the SecureGive ‘app’ on your phone and access your account to donate.
- Donate online (below)
OTHER WAYS TO GIVE
Gifts of Stock: Gifts of certain publicly traded shares or mutual funds may be directly transferred and donated to Abbotsford Vineyard Church. Following the elimination of capital gains on donations of publicly traded securities in 2006, gifts of securities is now the most tax efficient way to make a charitable donation and a great way for donors to make a greater impact with their gift.
Abbotsford Vineyard Church’s spending is confined to Board approved programs and projects. Contributions designated to approved programs/projects will be used as directed with the understanding that once needs have been met, or for any reason cannot be completed as determined by the Board, remaining funds will be allocated where most needed.