Worthy of Praise




Thank you for considering a donation to Worthy of Praise. Donations are never required, but are always appreciated.

Your gift makes it possible for us to maintain the highest level and quality of service. Whether a one-time or monthly contribution, your gift of any size is very helpful in maintaining and expanding Worthy of Praise. We now provide web hosting and list hosting services to thousands of churches around the world. You may securely donate to us via any one of the following methods.

Direct Secure Credit Card or Check Draft Donation

To make a donation directly to Worthy of Praise via credit card or check draft, please click the link below and complete our secure online donation form. We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, and drafts from U.S. based checking accounts.

Secure Donation Form

PayPal Account or Credit Card Donation Through PayPal

To make a donation to Worthy of Praise via your PayPal account or credit card (a PayPal account is not required), please click the "Donate" button below. You will be taken directly to the PayPal website where you will be able to enter any donation amount. You may also choose to make a recurring monthly gift via PayPal.

NOTE: All PayPal donations are processed via our business account in the name of "Commerce Publishing".

Check Or Money Order Donation

To make a donation to Worthy of Praise via a check from your church, a personal check or money order, please make your check or money order payable to "Worthy of Praise" and mail it to the address below. Please include your phone number and email address with your check or money order so that we can notify you when your donation has been received. Please note that we are only able to accept checks both drawn on a U.S. Bank and in U.S. funds. We cannot accept Canadian or other International checks, but can accept Postal Money Orders.

Worthy Of Praise
3300 Octavia St
Raleigh NC 27606

NOTE: Worthy of Praise is not registered as a 501(c) corporation. Why? We're a small organization and we'd rather spend our time providing service and support to the churches that we host than completing reams of paperwork and being subject to unjust government scrutiny.