Happy New Year!
It is 2015 and the holidays are over. Most on the church staff have New Year’s weekend off and will ‘re-enter’ reality on January 5 (or so). There is one person on staff who is in high gear on January 2 because they know that annual statements are looming on the near horizon (January 30). That person is the Business Administrator/Executive Pastor/Treasurer.
Legally, the statements have to be sent letting each contributor know exactly what their charitable contributions were in 2014.
Relationally, the annual statements do not have to say anything; but shouldn’t they? At Generis, we think the annual statement is a wonderful opportunity to illustrate to your people the life change that happens via their financial giving.
You can download a free e-book to help you as you prepare the annual statements for 2014.
I would love to preview your cover letter and help you through that process (free of charge, of course).
This video is just one example of the many valuable resources you will receive when you download the e-book.
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Let me know how I can help!