Ways You Can Give
Of course, many people are familiar with weekly envelopes that are collected during Mass. When you register to be a parishioner, you receive these envelopes to use for your Sunday offering. You may use cash or a check to make your donation, and all three churches accept envelopes and both forms of payment.
Giving Through Your Bank
You can request that your bank send Blessed Sacrament, Saint Boniface, or Saint Mary’s a check for a set amount each week, month or any specified period you wish to designate.
Online giving is a direct payment program where your contribution is debited automatically from your checking, savings, or credit card account into the church’s bank account. Because our parishes are clustered and not officially consolidated, our finances remain separate at this time. You can learn more about online giving, follow step-by-step instructions to create an account and setup payment options by clicking on the name of the church you identify as your home parish:
Each of these sites is a secure, third-party contribution site.
Your Will is a meaningful way to make a charitable gift of lasting value to Blessed Sacrament, Saint Boniface or Saint Mary’s. Through a bequest provision, you can designate a specific amount of money, a percentage of your estate, or the remainder of your estate after other bequests are satisfied. Adding a codicil to an existing will is a simple process that begins by making your intentions known to your attorney.
More than 1,000 companies match employee’s gifts to charitable organizations. In this way, it’s possible to double or sometimes triple the value of your gift. Please check with your human resources office to see if your employer participates. To initiate a matching gift, complete your employer’s matching gift form and send it when making your contribution. Blessed Sacrament, Saint Boniface, and Saint Mary’s all accept matching gifts.[/one_half]
Memorial and Tribute Giving
Gifts in memory of deceased friends and loved ones, or gifts that honor living individuals, are often used to reflect the interest or talents of the person honored. There are several funds you can consider when making a memorial or tribute gift. All memorial and tribute gifts will be acknowledged. For specific advice about taxes, wills or legal arrangements, it is important that you consult with the appropriate attorney or financial adviser.
Thank you for supporting Blessed Sacrament, Saint Boniface, and Saint Mary’s Parishes. For additional information please call Karen Servis at 585-271-7240.