Support the mission and ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth

Support the mission and ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth

If you plan to make 2017 year-end gifts to your congregation and/or to the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, now is the perfect time.

2017 year-end gifts


For tax purposes, the deadline for 2017 year-end gifts is Sunday, December 31.

Online – Online transactions completed up to midnight on December 31 will be counted in the 2017 tax year.

Open Online Donation Form
Donation Form


If you prefer to give anonymously, please write "Anonymous" in the blank.
An email address allows the form to send you a verification that it was successfully received. Also, if we need to clarify details of your donation, the bookkeeper is able to contact you.
Choose "Other" to designate a gift toward a specific ministry, organization, or group, and then type in the name. Use this for the Convention Worship Service Offering.
If you designate a different amount, use numbers only in this field


Please give us the name and address of each person you'd like us to notify of your gift in their honor or in memory of a loved one.
If this is not the amount you intended, go back to the "Donation Amount" question to change it.

By Mail – Gifts for 2017 must be postmarked by December 31. If you wish to make a check out to the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, please make a note of the specific ministry to which you wish to donate or the person you wish to honor in the memo line, and mail it to:

The Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth
PO Box 8695
Fort Worth, TX 76124

In-person – If you plan to deliver your gift in person, either to the diocesan office or to your church office, you may want to confirm what hours a staff member, clergy person or volunteer will be there to receive your gift. The diocesan office will be open Friday, December 29 until noon. The office will not be open on Saturday, December 30 or Sunday, December 31.


You may choose where you would like your gift to be used:

  • An unrestricted donation, which allows the diocese the greatest flexibility to provide resources needed to grow and strengthen congregations and encourage and develop leaders for ministry.
  • A gift to a specific ministry, organization, or group. Inside the diocese, that could include the diocesan disaster relief/recovery fund, diocesan youth programs, Christian education, campus ministries, support to seminarians, or scholarships for Education for Ministry (EfM). Outside the diocese, that might be ministries such as the United Thank Offering (UTO) or Episcopal Relief and Development (ERD).


You may also designate someone you would like to honor or remember with your gift. The diocese can send a letter to notify the person you wish to honor or a loved one of the person you wish to remember if you provide their name(s) and address(es).

And thank you. Your participation helps ensure that our uniquely Episcopalian expression of Christian faith will remain accessible to all our neighbors in the 24 counties of north central Texas.