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“Paving a Pathway” Campaign in support of Church of God World Missions

Nationwide Payment Solutions (NPS) will be kicking off the “Paving a Pathway” Campaign in support of Church of God World Missions at the 74th International General Assembly (GA2012) in Orlando, Florida.

Delegates to GA2012 will be able to see and use working models of the NPS eGivings kiosks and become familiar with how they will work for the local church. The kiosks are easy to use and will allow anyone to donate to their home church by using a debit or credit card and a PIN. The transactions will also help eliminate some of the tedious monthly record keeping by generating an end-of-month printout of all donations. A church staff member may pre-load eGivings kiosks with the names and addresses of current church membership or each member may choose to enter their own information in order to make future donations easier. NPS also offers an Online Donation Program for congregations where a kiosk isn’t practical.

According to Phil Ridgeway of NPS, each time someone enters a donation to their home church through an eGivings kiosk or the Online Donation Program, NPS will donate 10 percent of their profits from the transaction to Church of God World Missions. “This will in no way affect the value of the donation to the local church but in fact, in churches where the NPS systems have been installed, donations have shown increases by up to 16 percent!” Ridgeway said. “Both systems are secure and PCI Compliant, export to current accounting software and all funds are deposited into the church account within 48 hours.”

Nationwide Payment Solutions representatives will be located in the Exhibit Hall at GA2012 where they will be offering low monthly leasing terms and demonstrations for the eGivings kiosk. You may also contact Ridgeway, NPS Regional Account Manager, by phone at 770-656-9774 or via email at pridgeway@getnationwide.com.

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