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Donate to DCM – Online

17 July 2008

Donate to DCM – Online

Often Downtown Community Ministry is asked when we will get an online donation facility set up. Well, we’ve finally done it.

Now anyone that heads to the DCM website at find a PayPal donation button at the bottom of the page they can click to make a donation.

DCM Director Stephanie McIntyre says, “We’re rapt about getting this function up online. Our supporters are a generous lot and this provides an easy and safe way for them to financially contribute to our work.”

PayPal, the world leader in payment gateways, was chosen to host the donation function because it gives people a safe way to make financial transactions online.

“While this is not an appeal for money, we did think our supporters would like to know that this option is now available."

As a reminder, people are still able to donate in person, by sending in a cheque, over the phone, or by setting up an automatic payment through their bank.


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