Donations Terms and Conditions

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All online donations/payments are in Canadian dollars.

Every time you use the Peace Portal Alliance Church website to purchase items or event tickets, register for events, or make donations or other payments to the church you reaffirm that (i) we are authorized to charge your designated payment method; (ii) we may submit charges incurred under your name for payment; and (iii) you will be responsible for such charges. YOU AGREE THAT WE MAY CHARGE YOUR PAYMENT METHOD FOR ALL AMOUNTS DUE TO US WITHOUT ADDITIONAL NOTICE OR CONSENT unless required otherwise by law. You are responsible for all charges incurred under your name (including your children or family). We may, in our discretion, post charges to your payment method individually or may aggregate your charges with other purchases you make on the site.

You must notify us about any billing problems or discrepancies within 60 days after they first appear on the statement you receive from your bank or credit card company. If you do not bring such problems or discrepancies to our attention within 60 days, you agree that you waive the right to dispute such problems or discrepancies.

To arrange, cancel or change a recurring payment, please contact the church.

Peace Portal Alliance Church provides a money-back guarantee on all purchases made through the site.

Enquiries should be directed to Eunice Kim in the church Finance Department at eunicek@peaceportalalliance.com or by calling 604-531-4733 ext. 305.

Designated Donations Policy

Individuals wishing to commemorate a person, facilitate a project, or support another registered charity in Canada may do so through designated (restricted) gifts to Peace Portal Alliance Church. Designations may be made to Peace Portal Ministries, Building Fund, Benevolence or Board of Elders approved Missions or Specials. Any other designations will be used within the church’s annual budget plan, where possible, or returned to the donor.

In the case of a designation to another registered charity, it must be approved by the Board of Elders and be to a qualified donee in Canada whose objects are compatible with those of the church.

Each restricted contribution will be used as designated with the understanding that when the need has been met, or cannot be completed for any reason determined by the church, the remaining restricted contributions will be used where needed most, as determined by the Board of Elders.