We believe in transparency and doing everything we can to help out our community. That’s why our giving model looks the way it does. You get to choose if you want your gift to go back into the community, support the ministry, or both. Every gift not specifically designated for the General Fund goes into our Community Fund. We partner with two global charities (World Orphans and Charity Water) and one local charity (Freedom Builders) to help make a difference in the world around us. We also have a designated benevolent fund for needs within the community and a fund for special projects to help the community locally. To give to our community account, simply select the “community” fund when you give.

We run an efficient ship at Restoration Church. Our General Fund consists of staffing, ministries, marketing, technology, office supplies, etc. Everything that is an administrative cost or helps run the church comes out of this account. Your giving to the general fund provide the resources necessary to run Restoration Church on a daily basis and the various ministries within the organization. If you’re interested in becoming a Restoration supporter, simply select the “overhead” account when you give. 

Financial Transparency

We’re an open book at Restoration Church. But we’ll take it a bit further and just open the book up for you, even if you didn’t ask! Transparency is the first word in our mission statement and we want to make sure we live by that. 

We love to celebrate the generosity of the Church. Below you’ll see a breakdown of all the money that’s gone OUT into the community both locally and globally since we started Restoration Church and the current fiscal year. 

All time total (since September 2020) Given To Our Community 


Current Year (September 2022 to now) Given To Our Community 


All gifts given of any type are final and for use corresponding with each account. You understand that all of your gifts are unto the Lord and pledge that you will not cause these funds to be returned or go unpaid. Returned checks will be referred to a third party for collections. All giving is final. Once you give, you cannot request or receive change or monies back under any circumstances.