If you are just joining Givelify, you may be wondering what steps you should take next to get the most out of your new church app powered by Givelify.
We’ve compiled a few best practices from member churches who are getting the most from their Givelify experience.
Step 1: Make the Givelify app yours
Givelify provides your parishioners with a beautiful, personal and convenient giving experience.
You can enhance this experience and make a deeper connection with the parishioners by branding your Givelify Church app with your logo, a cover photo and a photo of the lead minister.
By making your Givelify your church’s own app, parishioners will give more frequently and generously.
Step 2: Enable contributions to specific offerings
Create virtual envelopes for special offerings such as missionary trips, building funds, visiting pastor’s funds and youth ministry.
Your parishioners will be able to see these custom types of offerings in your Givelify Church app and make specific contributions towards them.
Step 3: Show the Givelify demonstration video
Show this video demonstrating how the Givelify app works to your members. Our most successful churches show it during offering time. You can embed it on your church’s website, share the link via Facebook and Twitter, and include it in your email newsletter.
Share the video by on your website and social media profiles, or include the direct link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VCbR3ZOBs0
Step 4: Use social media to promote your Givelify presence
Go ahead and let your parishioners know they can now support your ministry during worship, from home, at work, or while vacationing.
Announce your Givelify Church app on your website, Facebook page, Twitter, email newsletter and other social media accounts. Remind your parishioners during each worship service.
We’ve even provided some social media examples to help get you started.
Have Questions? Need Help?
We’re confident if you follow these guidelines, your parishioners will appreciate your willingness to make it easy and convenient for them to support your ministry.
If you still have questions after reading this, please feel free to contact us.