Thank you for your interest in supporting the strategic work of ICTA. Your contribution is an exciting opportunity for you to join in impacting the world. ICTA spends very carefully as our ministry is completely dependent on financial support from many individuals such as yourself.**

(This page is for financial payments and contributions. Please contact us directly to arrange contributions of equipment, software, etc.)

HOW TO MAKE YOUR DONATION

Check (by mail)
Donate via regular mail (or online banking.)
Please make your check payable to ‘ICTA.’ To prevent theft, please do not send cash through the mail. Our phone number (needed for some online banking systems) is 719-785-0120. Our mailing address:

ICTA
5555 Erindale Dr, Suite #205
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
United States

Paypal
Donate with PayPal.
(Using credit card or any PayPal source.)
With PayPal, you do not need an account to donate with a credit card. You can send donations in any of several currencies.



PayPal Recurring
Maintain an automatic repeated donation.
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Community Foundation
Deposit large and creative gifts into ICTA’s account.
(Anything larger than $2,000).
WaterStone accepts donations of cash, stock, real estate or other assets on ICTA’s behalf. Please contact WaterStone directly for complex asset donations.
Contact:
WaterStone
2925 Professional Pl, Ste 201
Colorado Springs, CO 80904
1-719-447-4620
ICTA Account:
Charity Advised Fund #0948

HOW WE ARE FUNDED?
The International Christian Technologists’ Association is funded entirely by voluntary contributions and from friends, foundations, churches and corporations.

Please contact ICTA for more information about our non-profit status, our Annual Report, or other questions.

**(ICTA is a visionary ministry venture with a great long-term track record. In Silicon Valley that works great. It’s harder in the non-profit world: corporate sponsors typically do not invest in long-term visionary non-profit ventures; instead, they require proven projects with quick, tangible results.)