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Year End Tax Church Letter

Greetings in Christ!

As we close another year, I wanted to take this opportunity to first say “thank you” for your faithful giving to (NAME OF CHURCH).

Without people like you, it's evident that our ministry outreach here would not be as effective as it is.

Without a doubt, these past few years have been some of the most challenging for all of us in nearly every facet of life. The church is no different when it comes to facing challenges, yet the same God who has been with us before is still on the throne!

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Second Quarter Giving Report Letter

Greetings in Christ!

I am sharing your giving report for the second quarter of (YEAR).

You may want to take a few moments to look over this report and compare it with your records for accuracy.

We are so grateful to you and everyone who continues to give generously to (NAME OF CHURCH). These gifts help us continue to meet the operational needs of the church, as well as outreach ministries and missions.

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Contribution Letter for Taxes 2021

Greetings in Christ!

Enclosed you will find your record of giving during the past year. Carefully examine this record and compare it with your records. If you see any discrepancies at all, get in touch with us as soon as possible.

Even though the past two years have held tremendous challenges for all of us, please know that we do not take the sacrificial giving of people in times of difficulty lightly.  I'm so glad we serve a God who continues to be generous to us!

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Quarterly Giving Report for Church – Quarter 2 (July)

Dear (NAME),

I enjoy a wonderful story, and I think you will too, as it shares the heart of a person who has caught the true spirit of giving.

An African boy listened carefully as the teacher explained why it is that Christians give presents to each other on Christmas Day. “The gift is an expression of our joy over the birth of Jesus and our friendship for each other,” she said. The boy brought the teacher a seashell of lustrous beauty when Christmas Day came.

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