Dallas—August 2017—EvanTell gears up to participate for its sixth year in the annual North Texas Giving Day from 6 a.m. to midnight on September 16, 2017.

Every gift goes further through community bonus funds and prizes! By visiting EvanTell's profile page on North Texas Giving Day, donors can help make an eternal difference in the lives of people worldwide. Donors also have the option of prescheduling a gift September 7-13th if preferred.

EvanTell has set a goal of reaching $50,000 to help reach people in three areas!

  • $15,000— Produces a Spanish evangelism webinar series.
  • $30,000—Spanish webinar series plus enables translation of our Authentic Life traning and tools into Spanish.
  • $50,000—Everything above plus provides materials to reach immigrants and refugees in three additional language groups in the DFW area (Burmese, Swahili, Tagalog).

David Souther, President of EvanTell, says, "EvanTell is thankful for North Texas Giving Day because it helps raise awareness of God’s work in North Texas and around the world. It allows us to further our mission of reaching people with the gospel of Jesus Christ.”

About North Texas Giving Day:

North Texas Giving Day is Communities Foundation of Texas' annual 18-hour online giving extravaganza for North Texas nonprofits that is powered by creative nonprofits, social media activism, area wide collaboration, and of course you!

North Texas Giving Day's goal is to help build awareness and support for nonprofits in the North Texas region.

Since 2009, Communities Foundation of Texas' North Texas Giving Day has pumped more than $156 million, for over 2,500 local nonprofits, into the North Texas Community. In 2016, $37 million was raised through more than 142,000 gifts benefiting 2,518 nonprofits.

About EvanTell:

EvanTell empowers Christians worldwide to share their faith through training, outreaches, tools, and resources that present the gospel in a clear, biblically accurate, and encouraging way.

EvanTell is a non-profit charitable organization and ministry exempt from federal income tax as an organization described in Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.

For additional information see www.evantell.org
Contact: Sarah Bowler
Email: sbowler@evantell.org