Your members want to know, “How are we doing?” But their eyes glaze over when you pull out the spreadsheets. You’re thinking, “There’s got to be a better way to get this information out there!”

There is: GivingTrack. Easy to Use as 1-2-3

1. Simple

Finances don’t have to be complicated. Enter your year-to-date income and expenses into GivingTrack, which turns those numbers into a custom graph just for you.

2. Show

You know your audience best. Further customize your graph by selecting size and color options. Even add additional lines to the graph.

Whether it’s a weekly bulletin, monthly newsletter, or committee report, GivingTrack’s custom graphs make your finances easy for your members and donors to understand, especially when used consistently.

3. Tell

The result? A customized graph, like the example below, that tells your financial story far better than a column of numbers can.

As you update your graph and share it consistently, a fuller picture emerges. You’ll be pleasantly surprised how the improved understanding among your members and donors influences their giving. A picture is worth a thousand words. GivingTrack’s picture is worth more than a few dollars, as well.


See what some of our customers have to say about GivingTrack

Finance Committees I've worked with over the years have struggled with how to provide consistent feedback to their congregations about giving. Which set of data should be presented? What emotional tone should be struck? GivingTrack cuts through this haze with elegant simplicity. This tool has given our Finance Committee and our congregation a common vocabulary and point of view.

- Rev. Dan Hester, St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church, Charlotte NC

We began using GivingTrack several months ago. This has been one of the best decisions we have made as a church. Within a month, the green line--our positive cash flow--became larger than the red line. Very rarely does something so simple inform the congregation so well. We have had nothing but positive feedback from the GivingTrack and will continue using it as a staple of our financial reporting.

- Rev. Lonnie Pittman, Assurance United Methodist Church, Huntersville NC