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New Reoccurring Donation System

New Reoccurring Donation System

Monthly donations are so important for sustaining our ministry throughout the year. Here at JSAW we are constantly working to improve our systems. One of the things we are working to improve on is the cost and simplicity of processing reoccurring donations. Most of our donors have opted to set up their giving to be automatically drafted from their credit/debit card each month. Here is how we are improving:


Cost: Whenever a credit/debit card transaction is processed JSAW pays a small percentage fee and over time those small fees add up. So JSAW is moving all its reoccurring donations to an ACH processing system which is less expensive than the current credit/debit card processing system we are using now. By making the switch JSAW will save over $2,500 each year.

Simplicity: Let’s face it, credit/debit cards have expiration dates, get lost and need to be replaced. With each new card we need to set up a new reoccurring donation, which takes time and unnecessary effort. Bank accounts rarely change and because of that its much easier to manage all the reoccurring donations JSAW processes.

You can help JSAW simplify and put more of your donation toward our programs by moving your reoccurring donation to the new system. It is just as safe and secure as before and we do not store any of your personal information. All we need to get you set up on the new system is for you to complete this form and return it JSAW as soon as possible. CLICK HERE FOR THE ACH FORM 

Please complete this form and email to jonnynelson@jsaw.org or send via mail to:

7385 Bush Lake Rd.

Edina, MN 55439


If you have any questions, please let me know.

Thank you for all your continued support!

Jonny Nelson

952-452-1283

jonnynelson@jsaw.org

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