Ways to Give
Text to Give through Tithely
Give conveniently on your phone by texting the word GIVE to 844-578-0204
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To make a stock donation to the National Day of Prayer Task Force, transfers are made directly to our account with Morgan Stanley. The information is reflected below:
Organization Name: National Day of Prayer Task Force, Tax ID: 75-19140468, DTC: 0015, Brokerage Name: Morgan Stanley, Account Number: 320 056478 169
If you need additional assistance, or have any problems with the transfer, please contact us directly at 719-559-9560.
Will & Estate Planning
The legal name & address to leave a bequest to the National Day of Prayer in your will or trust, or to name the ministry as a beneficiary of your life insurance or financial accounts is as follows: National Day of Prayer Task Force: P.O. Box 64225 Colorado Springs, CO 80962. If you need additional assistance, please contact us directly at 719-559-9560.
Workplace Giving Programs
Did you know your employer may actually match the dollars you give to the National Day of Prayer Task Force, dollar per dollar? Many businesses — from corporate America to regional upstarts — have matching gift programs to encourage employees to donate money to charities.As a 501(c)(3) organization, the National Day of Prayer Task Force is eligible for many matching gift programs. Follow these simple steps to participate: Check with your Human Resources department to see if your company has a matching gift program, then call our offices at 719-559-9560 to request a copy of our tax id number and IRS determination letter to provide to your company.
Workplace campaigns, sometimes called workplace employee charitable fund drives, are charitable solicitation programs conducted at places of employment. Most gifts are made in the form of pledges via automatic payroll deduction, where contributions are deducted from an employee’s paycheck over the course of the next year or, in some cases one-time contributions.
Note: Information presented on this web site is not intended to be legal or tax advice. Please consult your attorney or other financial or tax advisors prior to acting on anything presented on this site.