Questions and Answers about Online Giving
Is there a giving App?
Answer: Yes! Search for "tithe.ly" in either iTunes or Google Play, and download the Tithe.ly app.
What methods can be used to give online?
Answer: Donors can give using major credit or debit cards. At the present time there are also a limited number
of banks accepting ACH processing (automated clearing house) directly from your bank to the NCC account.
ACH payments have the lowest fees and are the most economical way to give.
Is there a limit to the amount or number of donations I can give?
Answer: There is no limit to the number of donations or the amount NCC can receive from a donor, other than that which is determined by a
donor's credit limit or bank account funds.
Can gifts be given on a recurring basis?
Answer: Yes, you may give on a one-time basis, or set up recurring weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly donations.
When will my gift be taken out of my account?
Answer: Your gift(s) will generally be charged to your credit/debit card or processed out of your bank account within 2 days, and will appear on your next credit card or bank statement.
Are there any fees charged to me for online giving?
Answer: The credit card and ACH fees are paid by NCC, and they vary between credit/debit or ACH transactions.
ACH donations have the lowest fees, making this the most economical way to give. All fees are covered by NCC. The donor
is given the option of covering the cost of the processing fees.
Will I receive a giving receipt?
Answer: Northside currently issues giving statements for each calendar year, and all giving (including online giving)
will be included on that statement. Additionally, tithe.ly will issue the donor a receipt for every online donation.
Is online giving confidential?
Answer: Yes, all giving is kept confidential and is processed and known by Northside's financial secretary.
1 John 4:13-14
We know that we live in Him and He in us, because He has given us of His Spirit. And we have seen and testify that the Father has sent
His Son to be the Savior of the world.
I want to know Christ and the power of His resurrection and the fellowship of sharing in
His sufferings, becoming like Him in His death.