Limiting Generosity

SecureGive wants to make giving easy. Recently, I spent the weekend in Atlanta and visited a new church. It’s a great church , and I make a point to visit every time I’m in the area. We had an offering talk that day in which one of the pastors talked about the two fish & […]

Extreme Makeover : Kiosk Edition

SecureGive is always doing our best to hear our customers needs and to continue to offer the best complete digital solution on the market. We are proud to announce that we are now releasing a completely new software build for our kiosk customers as well as other changes for our Online & Mobile customers! One […]

A simple way to increase giving

Something to consider… your online donations are growing – That is great!  You want those to continue to grow, and I think you will see even more growth. One of our biggest breakthroughs with the kiosk is the savings in bank fees.  The kiosk uses a RETAIL merchant account compared to an E-COMMERCE merchant account […]

If You Build It, They Will Come…

Here at SecureGive we always try to highlight churches/organizations who have been impacted by the SecureGive technology. Today, we turn our attention to Community of Faith Church located in Cypress, TX.  Community of Faith is a congregation that runs over 8,000 on the weekends, and is still fairly new to the SecureGive family. A couple […]

Come see us at #NLC2011

  Tomorrow, SecureGive will be making our second annual trip to good ole’ Anderson, SC to sponsor the Newspring Leadership Conference (#NLC2011 on twitter)! This is one of our favorite conferences to attend, and this year holds no exception. Follow us along on Twitter ( and Facebook (, and don’t forget to add the hash-tag […]

Credit Card Kiosks Ease Church Giving

Here is an article featuring SecureGive at a local church in California. This article ran in the Fresno Bee in Fresno, CA, and later circulated to over 100 news publications in the country. Check it out! FRESNO, Calif. — Long ago, people gave God parts of their livelihood: goats, sheep, wheat and barley. Much later, […]