Simple and secure. Give a single gift or schedule recurring giving using your bank account, debit or credit card. Once you create your account you can give in just seconds.
You can always give during the worship service at any of our campuses or mail a check to our address below:Fellowship Bible Church of NWAAttn: Contributions1051 W Pleasant Grove RdRogers, AR 72758
The Cares Act recently passed provides two points of tax law changes that may be beneficial to you:
Fellowship Bible Church of NWA is accredited by the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, which requires high standards of Biblical accountability, board governance, financial transparency, integrity in fundraising, and proper use of charity resources.
For questions regarding finances or online giving, email our Generosity Team or call 479-659-8884.
Samaritan Community Center (SCC) is a vital ministry partner with Fellowship in serving the hurting and hungry of Northwest Arkansas through a compassionate community of staff and volunteers. Please click below to learn more about their work in our community and how to support them in their mission.
At any given time at Fellowship, it is likely you’ll find more than 10 mission trips scheduled for local or global destinations. These trips depend on the generous donations of others. Review the list at the link below and select a trip to support!
There are a number of ways you can financially support Fellowship. Below you will find several non-cash gift donation options. If you need additional information about making an unusual gift or want to discuss any of the options below, please email our Generosity Team or call 479-659-8884.
Over the years, Fellowship has been given automobiles, computers, office furniture, furniture/furnishings, and more. We gratefully accept all gifts-in-kind that we can truly use, or we try to direct donors to other ministries that have specific needs. Gifts-in-kind can be a little more complicated due to I.R.S. regulations, but we will be happy to help you with the process.
Churches can benefit from life insurance policies. If the original purpose for a life insurance policy no longer exists, a donor can make Fellowship the beneficiary of the policy or a donor can give the premium to Fellowship for a tax deduction on a policy that the church would own and be the beneficiary. The deduction can be taken immediately and the amount of the contribution is typically the replacement value or cost basis of the policy.
It is possible to transfer stocks and mutual funds directly to Fellowship. If this is done with securities that have been held for more than one year, the donor will be able to deduct the full fair market value of the securities and avoid paying any capital gains tax. If, however, the securities are sold first and then the proceeds are given to the church, the donor will still have to pay capital gains taxes. Planning in this area can help you take full advantage of the tax benefits allowed by the government.
A charitable gift can be given to Fellowship through your will or other estate plans. Such a gift can be used to honor the Lord from the financial increase He has given you during your lifetime (Proverbs 3:9-10) and to benefit Fellowship in wonderful ways. This type of gift can also be helpful to appropriately avoid estate taxes. If you choose to include the church in your will or estate plan, please give your attorney Fellowship's name and address. Further, please communicate with your attorney that the church is a 501(c)(3) organization incorporated in the state of Arkansas, and that our tax identification number is 71-0605274. If you have already included Fellowship in your will, please let us know so that we can say thank you! Don't forget that qualified retirement plans will be considered part of your estate at death, but if handled correctly, they can also be deductible from the estate as charitable gifts.
In general, gifts of real estate have the same tax benefits as giving appreciated securities. If the property has been held for more than one year, the donor can typically take an income tax deduction for the full fair market value and avoid capital gain tax on the appreciated portion of the property. It is also possible that other benefits can include savings in estate taxes and avoiding probate.
Many businesses allow their employees to make donations to charitable organizations through payroll deductions, and they will often match the gift dollar for dollar. Inquire with your company's Human Resources, Matching Gift, or payroll department to see if this is possible. Fellowship is recognized by the I.R.S. as a tax-exempt organization under section 501(c)(3). Our tax identification number is 71-0605274.
Charitable gift annuities can be set up where the donor receives an immediate tax deduction on irrevocable gifts to Fellowship, but will also receive fixed income payments from their gift for the rest of their life.
Some individuals like to make special year-end gifts. Because all gifts to Fellowship are subject to I.R.S. deadlines, please remember that all year-end gifts must be received in the church office before midnight on December 31, or must be postmarked before the end of December to be deducted in the present tax year. Any gifts received after December 31 and not postmarked in December will be included in the next tax year.
The date written on a check will not determine in which tax year a gift is included. Only the actual date of receipt by the church or the postmark will establish the correct tax year for the I.R.S. (Special rules apply to credit cards and electronic fund transfers at year-end.)
Yes! Fellowship Bible Church of NWA is a member of ECFA, The Evangelical Council of Financial Accountability. This membership is important to us, providing an extra layer of financial accountability.
The Elder Board is responsible for the church budget and a finance team of staff members (under the leadership of the Directional Leader) oversees the proper use of our church's finances.
Giving statements are sent out yearly to everyone who makes financial gifts totaling over $250. If you need to find out how much you've given, sign in to your myAccount and locate the Giving History tab.
Restricted giving is welcome in our church for approved items. Special gifts can be designated for approved building projects, endowment, capital improvements, benevolence needs or mission trips within our church. The finance team and/or the Elder Board make all decisions on the acceptance of a restricted gift.
We’ve all needed help with our finances at one time or another. Take your next step by connecting to practical resources that will help you manage your money God’s way. We offer classes and one-on-one financial coaching.