Giving

There are many ways to make donations to Keystone Church. Please read below for the various options.

Ways to make a donation to Keystone:

  • Online

  • At Sunday Service

  • Through the Mail

 

Online

Please note that credit cards can be used as a convenient and effective way of managing payment of commitments and expenses and of transferring funds. For that reason we include the option of giving via credit cards. However, we want to offer a gentle reminder. It is not consistent with principles of good stewardship to give money you do not have and thereby increase your debt load.

You may make individual online gifts via PayPal below. Simply click the "Donate" button below to be directed to PayPal's website.

PayPal fees: Unless you set up PayPal to draft directly from your bank account (which can be done quite easily and securely), PayPal will deduct a transaction fee from your gift (for instance, a $250 gift would be assessed a fee of $7.50). If PayPal drafts your gift directly from your bank account, no fee is deducted.

At Sunday Service

Cash

You may place a cash gift in the offering on Sunday morning. However, in order to receive the appropriate contribution documentation needed for a tax deduction, you must also include your name and mailing address.

Checks

You may place a check in the offering on Sunday morning. Please remember that in order for your check to qualify as a charitable tax deduction, your name, address, and date must be clearly identifiable on each check.

Through the Mail

In order to make a donation via mail, we ask that you please follow these instructions:

  1. Make a check payable to “Keystone Korean Baptist Church”

  2. Please mail your check to:

 7029 Van Dyke Rd, Odessa, FL 33556 

Please do not send cash.

All contributions will be gratefully acknowledged. Please remember that in order for your check to qualify as a charitable tax deduction, your name, your address, and the date must be clearly identifiable on each check. Also note that IRS regulations require that gifts made by mail must be credited to the calendar year in which they are postmarked.

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