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By ECFVP Team
ECF360 is a new low-cost self-service subscription site for comprehensive fundraising for your Episcopal community of faith, brought to you by the Episcopal Church Foundation. Access resources on stewardship and annual giving, capital campaigns, planned giving and more.
By Sandy Webb
COVID-19 has brought up a myriad of choices and decisions for churches, one of them being vaccinations. In our latest blog, The Rev. Sandy Webb discusses how his church approached vaccine mandates.
By Donald Romanik
ECF President Donald Romanik talks about diocesan finances and church streamlining in his latest blog.
By Greg Syler
Is your first virtual annual meeting coming up? In Annual Meetings Go Virtual, Greg Syler lists all the ways to embrace the positives of this format and make the most of this new reality as you plan your next online annual meeting.
By Terri Matthes
Do you need a video for your capital campaign?
By Carsten Sierck
La Ley CARES es una nueva ley compleja. El propósito de este memorando es solo presentar un resumen de disposiciones que pueden ser importantes para los esfuerzos de mayordomía de una iglesia. Los donantes siempre tienen que consultar a sus asesores profesionales antes de realizar una donación.
By Tim Scott, Tamara Plummer, King Mueller and Larry Campbell
This webinar will provide some clarity and direction for all of us as we explore our options with the CARES Act of 2020.
By Greg Syler
Why can’t a group of great people grow their church? Greg Syler posits that it might have to do with the Vestry. Please see below for more.
By Jason Smith
Jason Smith outlines how to set up an online giving system that will be helpful during a time of virtual worship services, when people arent present to pass the plate.
By Annette Buchanan
In our latest blog, Annette Buchanan reminds us that we should always use good HR practices when hiring and gives a list of best practices for lay positions. Hiring gives us the opportunity to demonstrate that the Church is not a closed society, but welcoming to all.