Living generously isn't about money.

It's about transformation.

 
 
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Generosity will change your life.

When you commit yourself to God’s purpose for your life, great things will happen.  But it doesn’t just change your life—we see Jesus' transforming power at work every day through communities restored, neighbors blessed and hearts transformed.Your faithful gifts of time, talent and treasure help to make this possible. Thank you!

 
 
 
 
 
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You have options when you give to University Presbyterian Church. Choose the method that best supports your giving goals and lifestyle.

 
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Online Giving

Give online at your convenience via credit/debit card. Online giving can be set up as a recurring OR one-time gift. You can also view your giving history and download your giving statements. Questions about online giving? Contact the church office at 559-439-8807.

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Cash or Check

Gifts may be made in person at any one of our Sunday services by cash or checks, or mailed to the church office at 1776 E. Roberts Avenue, Fresno, CA 93710. Checks can be made out to “University Presbyterian Church.”

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Asset-Based Giving

Give stocks, mutual funds and other assets through taxable and retirement accounts. Potential tax advantages are available through this method of giving which can be addressed with your financial and/or tax advisor.

To learn more about the various tax advantages to giving, view the “Many Ways to Give” document below, or contact our Treasurer Jim Ayers.

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Planned Giving

Estate planning gifts are an impactful way to leave a lasting legacy. There are many creative ways to provide both for your family as well as to the continued ministry of University Presbyterian Church. These gifts may provide tax advantages and can be arranged with the help of an estate attorney. To learn more about your various options for planned giving, view the “Composing a Legacy” document below, or contact our Treasurer Jim Ayars.

 

have questions about giving or living generously?

 
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