These FAQs are about donating. For FAQs about visiting the Garden, please visit the Garden page.
We accept cash, checks and credit cards.
IN PERSON Cash or check donations may be placed in a donation envelope provided at each of the donation boxes or under the brown pavilion. Please leave us your name and address if you would like a tax-free donation letter receipt.
VIA PHONE Credit card donations can be made through our website or by calling the Garden office Monday – Friday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
Making donations via your Account, as opposed to using Guest Checkout, allows you to view your historical donations, made via this website, any time of the year.
Even if you choose to mail your donations via check, you WILL STILL RECEIVE your end of year Giving Statement.
Please go to the My Account Page and you will see the place to Register or Log In.
Visit the Login Screen and click “Forgot Password?”
An email will be sent to you wherein you may reset your password. If you do not received it within a few minutes, please check yo8r spam filter. It is often helpful to “Whitelist” this email address: *@support.thecomingkingfoundation.org
Unfortunately, No, we cannot ship pavers to your address. Since this is a tax-deductible donation, it must be shipped to and installed at our location.
If it has been a short time since your order, there is a chance that we have not yet ordered your paver.
Please contact us to see about a change. Once we order the paver from the manufacturer, it is not possible to make changes.
The minimum order of pavers at the manufacturer is ten pavers. This effectively means we have no way of predicting how much time will pass between orders. Thank you so much for your understanding and patience. Know that we honor your donation and work to install your paver as promptly as possible.
Yes! All donations made to The Coming King Foundation are tax deductible in the United States. This free Sculpture Prayer Garden is being built on faith in God without debt, public tax money or professional fundraisers for the glory of God, by a non-profit, 501c3 Christian arts foundation.