We often talk about how you can free up money by partnering with My Well Ministry, but what does that actually mean? In this article, we break it down for you.
Since My Well Ministry started, we’ve processed over three billion dollars for churches, ministries, and faith-based nonprofits. That’s billions being sent to ministry work!
There are many ways to save money for this Independence Day. By switching payment processors, a nonprofit organization could save thousands in fees and serve an entire community.
Whether you work at a church or a nonprofit ministry, you need tools to measure your impact and be more effective. Here are five free resources that will help you accomplish more with your website.
Starting and managing a church or ministry is an amazing calling, but it can also be incredibly difficult. The good news is that Google offers free resources to help your nonprofit achieve its mission and transform lives.
Have you ever wondered what it means to serve as a good steward in today’s society? Listed below are 5 ways of how a good steward can serve.
Continue reading to learn how the My Well Ministry, founded by John Pitzaferro, was born out of necessity and would ultimately end up saving churches millions of dollars.
In honor of Giving Tuesday falling on the 30th of November this year, we’ve compiled 30 Random Acts of Kindness. Check out the list for some inspiration.
In today's age where passing the bucket is no longer a literal thing it can be difficult to raise funds, but we can all scan a QR code! Read more to see if these black and white squares could benefit your ministry.
You may be aware that MyWell Ministry is a payment processor for religious organizations, but did you know that's not all we do? If you're looking to save some money for your church but don't want to compromise on quality, see what we offer on our software platform!
No one likes hidden fees but did you know there are fees the church pays just to receive tithes and offerings? With this new feature givers now have the option to pay those fees themselves.