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Show me your hands

These hands belongs to a carpenter and they build houses out of souls these hands feed the hungry closed the necked gave rest to the weary these hands gave you abundance of life so that you may plant trees under the shade which you will never sit these hands attended to the garden of the poor what will you do with your hands? Learn more

Whatever it Takes

More tears are shed over answered prayers then unanswered ones. Whatever it takes when a man makes a vow to the LORD or takes an oath to obligate himself By a Pledge, he must not break his word but must do everything he said. Learn More

The Amber alert

warning mother missing two children boy and girl ages six and eight year last seen foraging in dumpster behind restaurant known hangout beneath southbound freeway mother in red oversize hoodie short blue pants no socks and wearing sandals girl wearing gray sweater gray sleeping blanket wrapped around her shoulders one sock white tennis shoes boy large overcoat and a blue back pack. Learn More

Your daily bread for today

Being unwanted, unloved, uncared for, forgotten by everybody, I think that is a much greater hunger, a much greater poverty than the person who has nothing to eat. Learn more

Pennies In A Pond

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FAQ’s

How does the Giving System work?

This is a website where you can give to Pennies in a Pond Gift Activity to help disadvantaged children, the disabled, and our elders. All donation records are stored and accessible at any time. Our website is safe and secure.

Can I cancel a donation?

No, It is a gift.  Tax-deductible charitable contributions made to Pennies in a Pond website are irrevocable. If there are extenuating circumstances, please contact customer service immediately and we will review your case individually.

I would like to donate clothes, cars, real estate, or other items to Pennies in a Pond Gift Activity.

Your in-kind donation gift will be accepted and used to benefit the charity and our mission.

What are recurring donations?

A recurring donation is a pre-authorized arrangement in which a donor authorizes Pennies in a Pond to make a donation against a specific credit card account, for a specified donation amount. Donors can set up monthly, quarterly, or annual recurring donations. At this time, recurring donations can only be processed using American Express, Visa, and MasterCard.

How do I set up a recurring donation?

Setting up a recurring donation on P.I.A.P.G.A. is easy. Pennies in a Pond Gift Activity Web site features a Giving Cart (i.e., “shopping cart”), which enables you to make a single donation, multiple donations or a recurring donation to Pennies in a Pond…all in one visit. You will be asked to create a Profile for future giving, as a way for you to save your contact information and to store your donation history for future reference.

What is the frequency of a recurring donation?

Donors can set up recurring donations to occur monthly, quarterly or yearly.

How do I cancel a recurring donation?

Donors can cancel a recurring donation pledge at any time by going to My Recurring Donations under My Profile. Click on the edit button for the recurring donation

Can I change the amount of my recurring donation?

You can change the amount of your recurring donation pledge at any time by going to My Recurring Donations and clicking on the edit button for the recurring donation pledge you wish to change. Changes will be reflected on any future donation installments.

Will I receive notification when a recurring donation I have set up is made?

Each time you are charged, you will receive an email receipt from Paypal for your records. You may also view your previous donations within your Donation History.

Is there an additional cost for recurring donations?

No. Like with normal donations, donors may choose to cover the 4.75% tax-deductible grant during the donation process or have it deducted from the donation amount. Whichever option you choose will be reflected in subsequent recurring donations. Pennies in a Pond does not profit from processing costs.