Giving at Grace South Bay
At Grace South Bay, we believe that giving is an expression of worship and thankfulness to return to God a portion of what he has asked us to manage. While many of our members choose to participate in this act of worship during our Sunday service we also offer additional giving opportunities for those that are not able or prefer not to give during the service. We also take very seriously the role that God has given us to steward the financial resources of the Church.
Make a secure, online gift to Grace South Bay by clicking here.
Mail a Check
Send a check by mailing it to:
Grace South Bay
1670 Moorpark Avenue
San Jose, CA 95128
Set Up a Recurring Gift
Make a secure, online weekly/monthly/bi-monthly gift to Grace South Bay by clicking here and adjusting the “frequency” option.
Account Name: Grace South Bay Presbyterian Church of Silicon Valley
Account Number: 496105987
Account Firm: TD Ameritrade
DTC Number: 0188
We use all matching corporate gifts for our diaconate fund for mercy and compassion due to the regulations set forth by most companies in the Bay Area. We are setup with most matching administrators (Benevity, etc.) under the name “Grace South Bay” or “Grace South Bay Presbyterian Church of Silicon Valley”. If you have any trouble, please email email@example.com for assistance.
If you are 70½ or older, you can have the custodian of your IRA make a non-taxable Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) directly from your IRA to Grace South Bay in a manner that helps satisfy your yearly Required Minimum Distribution (RMD) requirement. Note that this transfer is not tax-deductible but may reduce your overall tax requirement more than a direct contribution by nature of the reduction of your overall gross income. Simply instruct your IRA administrator to make the check payable to Grace South Bay (EIN# 82-4649068) and mail the check to: Grace South Bay, 1670 Moorpark Ave, San Jose, CA 95128.
Please notify us that the distribution is being made and include the name of IRA Administrator and the exact amount contributed. This will help ensure that the donation is credited properly. If you have questions, you should contact your financial advisor, accountant, or tax preparer.