Every donation and pledge is a blessing, and it is important that everyone at St Bart’s is involved in our campus redevelopment to honor the faith and legacy of those that built our church and campus and our commitment to build for future generations. We are transforming ourselves and our campus to serve the Episcopal Church of the 21st century that welcomes all people, loves all people and shares the love of Jesus with all people. This good work takes all of us together. Share your ideas and ask questions! Want to learn more? Get involved? Reach out to . A member of the Campaign Steering Committee or the Architectural Committee (ARCH) will connect with you.
If you would like to support our Campus Redevelopment, please fill out the Redevelopment Campaign Pledge Form. You can contact Judy Macemon, chair of the Redevelopment Building Campaign or Bill Angus, Redevelopment Campaign Treasurer.
We are inviting three- to five-year pledges, and there are multiple options for donations including:
Cash or Credit Card and Online Giving: Donations can be made by check or credit card (Visa or Master Card accepted), direct donations from your bank or investment account or you can set up automatic payments. Make your donation today.
Securities and Stock: Charitable gifts of appreciated securities and stock can be used to support the campaign and can offer significant tax benefits and potentially reduce or eliminate capital gains tax. Contact Bill Angus, Redevelopment Campaign Treasurer, to discuss this option and to notify him when making a donation from your securities account to be deposited into the church campaign account.
Direct Payment from IRA: You can make a charitable gift using a tax-free direct transfer form your IRA account. Please consult with your IRA administrator when setting up this transaction and contact Bill Angus, Redevelopment Campaign Treasurer, to let him know how your IRA donation will be transferred to the redevelopment campaign account.
Matching Donations: Some companies offer the benefit of matching charitable donations made by employees. Check with your Human Resources Department about this option for campaign donations.