Supporting Nonprofits and Religious Organizations
Donors are the lifeblood for nonprofits and religious organizations. Enabling electronic bank transfers is the choice method to convert them to sustainable donors and to save money so you can devote more to your mission. ACH can help. Electronic bank transfers is another name for ACH and Direct Deposit—it enables donors to safely send donations to the nonprofit or religious organizations’ bank accounts.
Safe, secure, reliable. Did you know that monthly gifts from donors using electronic bank transfers are on average 55% higher than with other payment types and that sustaining donors are retained an average of 20% longer when they use electronic bank transfers?
Electronic bank transactions free up time, money and energy to focus on your mission. Quickly and easily accept donations and encourage donors to set up recurring gifts.
Make gifting easier. No more counting or carrying cash or checks. Instead, congregant donations made by electronic bank transfers go directly to the house of worship’s bank or credit union account. Electronic bank transfers by ACH are often less expensive to process than other payment types, meaning more of the offerings go to the mission.
When your religious organization makes ACH an option for tithings, it benefits you, your congregation, and your mission.
Learn how to tap into the ACH Network for Direct Deposits and Direct Payments to free up time, money and energy to put more toward your mission. Like a small business, your organization can also quickly and easily process payroll and pay bills with ACH, while ensuring your cash flow remains consistent and easy to forecast.
- The ACH Quick Start, a tool for your business to learn how to pay or get paid by other businesses electronically via ACH for business-to-business and consumer payments.
- Business-to-Business ACH Quick Start
- Business-to-Consumer ACH Quick Start
- A Nacha electronic bank transfer expert can provide no-cost assistance. We can answer your questions and even provide a free consultation to help you begin accepting donations by electronic bank transfers. Learn more.