Boosterville Announces Relationship with The United Methodist Church

Andy Weixler Nonprofit

ZIONSVILLE, IN  —  Boosterville, an offers and loyalty platform that seamlessly connects cause-driven buyers with merchants to raise funds for their favorite nonprofits, has established a strategic sponsorship with The United Methodist Church through the General Council on Finance and Administration (GCFA).

Boosterville will provide its award-winning fundraising platform to approximately 33,000 U.S. churches and millions of members to empower them to raise funds by buying from local merchants who share back a portion of each transaction. Through this new funding resource, churches and affiliated organizations can raise money for ministry and outreach needs including youth programs, local and international mission projects, capital campaigns, and more.

Boosterville CEO Pam Cooper said, “We’re thrilled to offer this new fundraising opportunity for The United Methodist Church. Finding new ways to fund programs is critical to achieving success of the ministries of local churches. We’re happy Boosterville can be part of the solution.”

Boosterville joins Home Depot and Staples as Strategic Sponsors of the GCFA. “We look forward to Boosterville sharing more about their ministry-support platform with local churches and affiliated United Methodist organizations,” said Bari Beasley, Chief Officer of Marketing and External Relations.

Material on how church members can use the program to support local church ministries will be available by early May 2017. If you would like early access to the Boosterville program, contact Jill Turcic,, or 317.732.1928.