Give Online

At St. John Vianney, we believe giving should be easy.

Giving online is simple and secure. Give a one time gift or schedule ongoing donations using your checking account, debit or credit card.

*Please note: If you already have a recurring (weekly, monthly, quarterly, annually) online gift and you would like to edit the amount or frequency of your gift, you will need to log into your account, end your current gift, and create a new gift at your new desired amount. St. John Vianney can also edit the recurring gift on your behalf. If you would like to have us edit for you, please reach out to Peter Thomas, Associate Director of Development, at petert@stjohnv.org. Thank you!

Manage your online giving and database information with Mobile Mission

Manage your online giving with the Mobile Mission app. You can update your phone, address, recurring giving amounts, track your giving and much, much more! Download today and enjoy!

Good News! You can now access St John Vianney’s online
portal from your computer!

From there you will be able to:

  • Give a one-time payment
  • Set up a recurring payment
  • See your giving history
  • Save and make changes to your payment methods
  • See and update your contact information

Just click here to set up your login information and have access to all of this at your fingertips.

If you experience any issues signing in, please contact
Sharon Roberts (sharonr@stjohnv.org)
and she will send an invitation to your requested email address.

Give by Cash or Check

While our preferred method of giving is online, you can give in person during any weekend Mass, or you can mail your gift to our address below. You can make a gift without an envelope number. All checks will be noted on your quarterly and year end giving statements.

St. John Vianney
1755 N. Calhoun Rd.
Brookfield, WI 53005

Opportunities to Give
St. John Vianney Catholic Church
All envelope and offertory pledges, as well as unrestricted gifts to the parish go toward the general operating budget of the parish.  This provides for all ministries of the parish (i.e., School, Catholic Formation, Human Concerns, etc.) as well as lighting, heat, snowplowing, etc. Prayerfully consider contributing 2 or 3% of your household income or a suggested minimum of $1,000 annually. Based on our parish expenses and the number of households, our costs are approximately $1,000 per family.

St. John Vianney Catholic School Annual Fund – Cure d’Ars
The Annual Fund directly supports the school’s daily operating expenses.  This fund bridges the gap between the school’s revenues and expenses. These funds are restricted to Technology, Tuition Assistance and Teacher Development. More information about the school’s annual fund can be found here.

Matching Gift Programs

Double your gift! Many donors enhance the impact of their gifts through their employer’s matching gift program; some even match gifts made by retirees and spouses.

Contact your personnel or human resources department for eligibility requirements and an application form, and begin doubling your gift to St. John Vianney. If your employer doesn’t have a matching gift program, ask that they consider starting one. For more information about matching gifts, contact Sharon Roberts in the Parish Office at sharonr@stjohnv.org, or call (262) 796-3940, Ext. 1109.

Non-Cash Gifts

Did you know that you can donate non cash gifts? You can donate marketable securities such as stocks, bonds or mutual funds. You can also give other non cash gifts or include St. John Vianney in your estate planning.

Gifts in Kind

If you are interested in sharing your talents and gifts with the parish, please contact Robb Lied in the Parish Center at (262) 796-3940, Ext.1111.

“Thank you for your commitment to St. John Vianney! Your financial investment in our parish throughout this challenging season has allowed us to rise in the moment as a community of faith. As we focus on our purpose to love God, love others, and make disciples, your support comes as a real blessing to our community.”

Very Rev. Edwin Kornath, Pastor, St. John Vianney