“When you harvest the crops of your land, do not harvest the grain along the edges of your fields, and do not pick up what the harvesters drop. Leave it for the poor and the foreigners living among you..."
Create causes to enable your congregation to easily support your:
After our founder struggled to fundraise for missions, we realized we needed an innovative way to enable people to give in an ongoing manner.
We needed a modern way to make giving a simple part of our lifestyles.
From this challenge, the idea for roundup donations was born.
You can create campaigns for any and every fundraiser in your church: building projects, youth group, missions, congregants' needs, and more.
It takes less than 10 minutes to create a cause. Your congregants can support it in 2 minutes. And then they're all set, giving slowly and steadily as a community.
In the early church, Christians had all things in common. The modern world makes that a bit difficult, but it's still our responsibility to be a support to each other.
Beside's your church's causes, your congregation can also support each others' needs through their roundups. Users can support 5 causes at once!
Early-Church Community, Today
There's Never Been An Easier Way to Give
Help Millennials Begin
Roundups serve as an easy way for young congregants low on funds to still contribute what they can
for the Extras
New church building?
Youth group conference?
Build A Generous
Not just for church projects. Your congregation can support each others' needs too.
Mission Trip Fundraising Made Easy
With $20-$30 a month from the average donor, a 10-month head start can bring $200-$300 per supporter
You can create a campaign or support a cause from our homepage, or download the app for a seamless mobile experience
Take a Look Yourself
Read the Story of Sixpence's Founding
"I first began to brainstorm donation ideas while I was fundraising for a short-term mission trip that I was going on with Africa Inland Mission in 2014. As a broke college student, I was struggling to engage other broke college students in giving.