Gifting

Gifting

What about the Money Part?

Thank you for taking a moment on this page. Now of course when self-sheltering we are prevented from meeting together as before. While we did meet, our little collection box at the back of the Church accounted for over 80% of the money we use to meet our rent, give to the poor, and support our three International Mission Teams. The following picture shows exactly where the money has gone from the start of 2020 through the end of March. And yes, we are overspent.

Year to Date Gifting at Restart Church

Every dollar you see in “Outreach” went to others; some of whom were literally dropped at our doorstep with only a suitcase or plastic bag. We helped prevent evictions in eight households and we paid utilities and groceries for eighteen households. We provided hot, nutritious meals through the Evergreen Community Meal program. Notice under the Transportation category dollars given to cover vehicle repair expenses as well as bus and train tickets to get people back to the safety of their families. Notice too, we gave a modest parsonage stipend to Pastor Jason, our most excellent Youth Pastor and Music Minister with a family of four. Pastor Bob takes no salary.

This is where the Restart Church dollars go. Test the fruit.  If you see good fruit, then please come alongside to join the Work here. Restart is a IRS 501 c(iii) Charitable Organization – tax exemptions factor. 

Snail Mail

You would bless us by gifting by check through the mail. We discourage sending cash.

  • Make check to: Restart Church
  • Mail to: P.O. Box 206, Kalispell, Montana 59901

Online Gifting

If you have been making minimum payments on your credit card, please do not participate in credit card giving to Restart.  Do not increase your financial burdens; on-line giving to Restart should wait until your debt paid off.

To partner with Restart4us financially, please smack our “Give” button below.  Thanks for helping to bring hope and heartbeat to those with needs in Evergreen Montana. 

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