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Beatrice Sanford commented on Beatrice Sanford's blog post Electronic Giving
"This is excellent! Thank you, Peter."
Aug 5, 2015
Peter Denio commented on Beatrice Sanford's blog post Electronic Giving
"This report may provide some useful information for you Beatrice... National Collections report for online giving"
Aug 5, 2015
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Electronic Giving

Our parish is looking to expand the electronic giving in order to provide our parishioners with an easy way to support the mission of our church. There are currently 576 families of the 2,845 registered families who take advantage of this method of giving. My Development Committee has asked how the 20% compares to the national average. Is there a national average? See More
Aug 4, 2015
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Layperson
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Parish
Name of your affiliated Catholic entity(e.g. St. Ann's Church, Diocese of Gary, Franciscan Friars Northeast region, etc.)
Saint Bede Catholic Church
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Development Director
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Diocese of Richmond
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Williamsburg
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VA
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Electronic Giving

Posted on August 4, 2015 at 12:22pm 2 Comments

Our parish is looking to expand the electronic giving in order to provide our parishioners with an easy way to support the mission of our church. There are currently 576 families of the 2,845 registered families who take advantage of this method of giving. My Development Committee has asked how the 20% compares to the national average. Is there a national average? 

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