Receiving credit card, ACH, Venmo (we’re @StZlata there), and PayPal ([email protected] or https://paypal.me/stzlata) payments costs us money. The only way we can receive 100% of what you sent us is via Zelle, cash, or check. We avoid accepting cash unless you insist on it. In all other cases, we’d rather receive money via Zelle. You can find us there using [email protected] as a business recipient and provider our name there as St. Zlata Bulgarian Orthodox Church, which is our legal corporate name (nonprofits are still corporations). If you prefer sending us a check, use the same payee name – St. Zlata Bulgarian Orthodox Church (or just St. Zlata Church), fill out the memo part, and mail it to 53 Costero Aisle, Irvine, CA 92614. We’re in the process of getting a few DBAs (such as “Bulgarian School of Orange County”, etc.), but we’re not there yet, plus, we need to maintain separate business checking accounts for each DBA. Of course, paying St. Zlata Church does not mean that your payment won’t go against your designated purpose and be used for religious purposes. On the contrary, St. Zlata does not have any expenses outside of the basic corporate maintenance ones – accounting, business licenses, insurance, payroll service, bank fees, domain renewal, web hosting, etc. Our school is 100% secular and it’s 100%-based on materials used in the Bulgarian public schools. We’re not trying to promote our faith as that’s not the Bulgarian Orthodoxy works – our leading principle is to help our compatriots live more meaningful lives and preserve the rich and unique heritage of Bulgaria.