Your Contribution Statement is available to download and print yourself this year. Contribution Statements will not be mailed out unless you send a request to [email protected]. Refer to this step by step guide to view and print your Contribution Statement. You can access your account history here: My Account
Type in your username and password to sign in. If you have given online or paid for an event (ex. mops/retreat) through our online giving website in the past you already have an account. If not, click “Sign Up”.
Enter your information to create a new account.
Once you submit your information a confirmation email will be sent to your email address.
Click the link in the email to confirm your address.
The link from the email will take you to a page which requires your date of birth, gender and address for account verification. Please enter your information and click “Save and create account”.
You will now see your dashboard. From your dashboard you can manage your account and profile information. To give online, select “Your Giving”. Your Giving page shows you a record of your past giving and allows you to make a one time donation or schedule regular giving using your personal checking account, debit, or credit card. Note that the giving history shows all giving, not just your online giving.
From the Giving History page, ensure that the “Contributions for” and “Year” dropdown boxes are set to “Everyone” and the year in question. Select “View” to see your history for the specified year.
You will now see your entire giving history for the specified year. Click “Download statement” to download a PDF of your contribution statement. You can then print the PDF if you want a hard copy.
If your contribution statement is not immediately viewable, check back in approx. 48 hours. You will also receive an email from Laurie Huizenga letting you know that your statement is ready to be viewed and you can then download and print it for your own record. You will then be able to log in and view your contribution at any point throughout the year. Make sure to keep a record of your log in and password.