Online Giving

Des Moines Fellowship offers the ability to give online. You may give with a one time transaction or set up a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly recurring gift. You don’t need a PayPal account to make a one-time donation – you may use your debit or credit card. However, recurring donations require that you use or set up a PayPal account. Follow these simple steps to give online:

  • To make a one-time or recurring donation, please enter your amount below and click the appropriate button.
  • You will then be directed to a secure page within Paypal.com. Follow the instructions on the screen to complete your contribution.
  • After each gift/donation you will receive an e-mail receipt of your contribution. Thank you for your online gifts!

Give online with your Debit Card, Credit Card, or PayPal Account

Make a One-Time Gift/Donation(debit card, credit card, PayPal account)


Make a Recurring Gift/Donation(PayPal account required)




Frequently Asked Questions about Online Giving

Why use Paypal?
We use Paypal for online giving because it’s safe, secure method for financial transactions and low operating costs.

Is my financial information safe?
Yes, before entering any account information you will be directed to a page within Paypal.com. The PayPal site is highly secure. They use industry-leading technology (such as SSL) to keep your information safe. Please visit paypal.com for more information.

Are my online gifts to Des Moines Fellowship tax deductible?
Yes, we are a 501(c)3 organization, and all contributions are tax-deductible.

Will I still receive a contribution statement?
Yes, in addition to email receipts for each paypal gift/donation, you will receive an annual statement after the end of the year from Des Moines Fellowship.

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