Online Giving

We’ve made online giving quick, easy, and secure.

We have chosen a payment platform called Dwolla.  Dwolla only takes about five minutes to set up, and only charges $.25 per transaction. It’s perfect for a non-profit like us that doesn’t want to give away 3%-4% of your gift to a credit card company. You’ll need some basic bank information on hand (routing number and account number), but once you set your account, you won’t ever have to do it again.

Recurring Donations
If you are wanting to make a recurring donation, please sign up for a Dwolla account rather than checking out as a guest. All guest-donations are only 1-time donations.

Venmo is an easy way to pay for things using your cellphone.
Venmo works with any cellphone that can send and receive text messages. Payments are made by texting into Venmo’s Phone Number – 646.863.9557. You can make payments to any Venmo username or any phone number in the United States. Here’s how:

Text Venmo’s phone number – 646.863.9557

“Pay 50 to conshohockenvineyard for tithe” 
Text this command to Venmo to give $50 to Conshohocken Vineyard for your weekly tithe. You don’t even need have to be on Venmo yet: if you have not yet setup your account, Venmo will send you a text message with all the information you need.

“Pay 100 to conshohockenvineyard for widows and orphans fund”
Text this command to Venmo to give $100 to Conshohocken Vineyard for a donation to the widows and orphans fund.

First Time Giver by Text Message? Text “Pay 200 to conshohockenvineyard for offering from John & Jane Smith”
Text this command to give $200 to Conshohocken Vineyard for a general offering from John and Jane Smith so we can make a note in our records for tax-deductions. After your first donation, you will be prompted to set up a username – use your full name(s) in your Venmo username (i.e. johnandjanesmith) so we can identify you for future gifts.