Yes, we are happy to accept our donors’ gifts of stock.
To make a stock gift, please contact Brian Stenson, Director of Advancement.
Phone: (215) 690-9163
Planned giving is an important way God has provided and sustained our ministry over the past 50 years. Planned giving possibilities include bequests of stock or cash, as well as making CCEF a beneficiary of life insurance policies. We would be glad to assist you in this process. Please contact us by email (email@example.com) or phone (215-690-9164).
You can mail a check to:
Christian Counseling & Educational Foundation
1803 East Willow Grove Avenue
Glenside, PA 19038
You can log in here, go to the “donations” tab, and change or update your payment method there.
When you set up a gift online, the charge to your account/credit card should go through that day.
The charge will go through on the same day each month as the date of the first gift. So if you set up your monthly donation on August 15, the next monthly payment will come out on September 15. If you would like to change your gift to another date in the month, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can make this change for you.
Sign in here to update your information. Then choose “Update Profile.”
Yes, we aim to send out tax receipts for all donations in a timely manner. If you have not received your receipt after one month, please email email@example.com.
Yes, we send out end of year giving statements to all of our donors by the end of January. If you have not received your end of year giving summary by February, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are intentionally dependent on donors to supplement our other income streams. Donations fund a portion of our annual budget, allowing us to continue to provide biblical counseling & resources, and keeping costs as low as possible.
We are funded by 5 income streams - education, resources, counseling, conferences, and donations. Donations are one important way the Lord provides the funding needed to fulfill the mission God has given us.
Each of us has personal and interpersonal struggles. Jesus Christ knows those struggles, cares about strugglers, and enters in. We see him bring about significant change in people’s lives every day. This passion for Christ’s relevance in counseling is our heritage and heartbeat.