Ways to Give
Check or Money Order
Make payable to FUMC Fort Worth; deliver to the Business Office, the Main Church Office, or via mail to 800 W. 5th St., Fort Worth, Texas 76102.
Go to fumcfw.org/givenow.
Text to Give
Text 817-241-2327 and enter the amount in the message bar. You must have a ShelbyGive account set up with the church in order to Text to Give.
ShelbyNEXT | Giving App
Download the app to give from your smart phone. Learn more.
Other Giving Options
In 2015 Congress made permanent the ability for eligible persons to donate directly from their IRA instead of having to take a required minimum distribution. This benefits you because you do not have to then claim the distributed funds as income; however, please be aware that you also will not be able to deduct the fund distribution amount on your tax return as a charitable contribution. It’s imperative that your investment advisor have the amount transferred directly to the church.
The financial markets have shown significant gains in 2016. If you have appreciated shares of common stock, you can transfer shares of stock from your account to the church’s brokerage account. This provides you with a dual benefit: you do not have to claim the capital gain on the appreciated shares, and you get to claim the total value of this stock on that date of the transfer as a charitable contribution.
With each of your Amazon purchases you can now also support FUMCFW when you shop — at no additional cost to you — through AmazonSmile.
You’ll get the same low prices, vast selection, and convenient shopping experience — and our church can benefit from donations through your eligible AmazonSmile purchases.
You only have to set it up once — Amazon will remember your selection for future purchases. Learn more.
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Join your FUMCFW friends and family for lunch this Sunday on Fifth Street between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm as we celebrate Unbounded Generosity over yummy street tacos by Chimy’s and delicious hot dogs by Austin’s Underdogs — or BOTH!
As disciples, we are devoted followers of Jesus Christ, committed to practices that will foster this Christ-like attitude. Here at FUMCFW, we use the Healthy Plate Discipleship framework as a guide.
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