The Wisconsin Council of Churches offers a unique opportunity for church bodies and ministry organizations in the state to collaborate and seek solutions to critical issues facing us. Together, we address issues like hunger, poverty, racial disparities, immigration, and gun violence from a faith perspective – thinking theologically and encouraging Gospel-rooted action.
As a supporter of the Wisconsin Council of Churches you equip faithful people for creative, courageous, collaborative leadership. The resources and programs we offer are possible because of those who believe in our mission. A network of relationships thrives because of what you invest in it.
How can I support the ministry of the Wisconsin Council of Churches? We’re grateful for all gifts… and invite you to consider whether a recurring gift is an option for you. Your recurring gift ensures a regular income stream and is one of the most generous commitments you can make to ensure that the mission and ministry of the Wisconsin Council of Churches continues.
OFFLINE GIVING: Not comfortable giving online? A monthly automatic contribution is easy; download the authorization form and mail it to Wisconsin Council of Churches, 750 Windsor St., Ste. 301, Sun Prairie, WI 53590
GIVE + TEXT: In less time than it takes to write a check, you can make a one-time or recurring donation by sending a text message. Text to 608-530-1347
SUPPORT WHILE YOU SHOP: When you use this link to purchase from Amazon, a portion of your purchase will support the Wisconsin Council of Churches.
ARE YOU A MEMBER OF THRIVENT FINANCIAL? Do you have Thrivent Choice Dollars®? The Wisconsin Council of Churches has been approved to accept funding from Thrivent. If you have Choice Dollars available to direct, please consider directing to Wisconsin Council of Churches. Thrivent Choice grant funding will be used to advocate toward alleviating poverty in this state. Learn more about directing Choice Dollars
INVESTING IN THE COMMUNITY: The Council offers a unique opportunity to local church members, congregations and its member denominations to place dollars in the Community Investment Program Fund. The Fund then invests in selected community development financial institutions (CDFI’s) throughout Wisconsin. The CDFI’s help distressed communities, low and moderate income people and minority populations to develop housing, employment and business opportunities. Read more about the Community Investment Program