Giving to St. Paul’s on the Green
St. Paul’s relies on the generous and regular giving of its members and friends. Using the links below, you may make a one time donation to St. Paul’s, or can begin an ongoing pledge to sustain our mission and ministry through regular giving. With questions about giving, please contact the main office: email@example.com, or 203-847-2806.
All are invited during services at St. Paul’s to contribute to an offering taken during the liturgy. Cash and checks are welcome and accepted. Checks should be written to “St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.”
Making a one-time donation
Click here to make a secure one-time donation to St. Paul’s. For a specific giving campaign, please check to see if it is listed as a category for giving. For other categories of giving, please use the “General Donations” line, and include any additional information or attributions in the memo line.
Setting up an ongoing pledge
In the Episcopal Church, making a commitment of regular giving to a parish is known as a “pledge.” Click here to create your pledge, or to schedule any kind of recurring donation to St. Paul’s. You are able to choose the amount and duration of your giving, and, should your circumstances ever change, your regular donation can be amended at any time. Recurring donations and pledges can take the form of a credit card charge or an automatic direct debit from a bank account.
For one-time donations, you may also simply text the amount of your donation to 203-889-9983 to initiate giving through the St. Paul’s Text-to-Give program. You will receive a text message reply with further instructions. Your giving through Text-to-Give is secure and safe!
Gift of appreciated securities
Securities and mutual funds that have increased in value and been held for more than one year are one of the most popular assets to use when making a gift to St. Paul’s on the Green. When donating appreciated securities or mutual funds you have held more than one year to us in support of our mission, you can reduce or even eliminate federal capital gains taxes on the transfer.
You may also be entitled to a federal income tax charitable deduction based on the fair market value of the securities at the time of the transfer. With questions about giving appreciated securities, please contact the St. Paul’s Treasurer.