A lot of time and a little cash goes into the maintenance of this website and the text of the RCV. If you would like to help out, I would greatly appreciate it. There are four ways in which you can make a contribution.
I am always appreciative of any feedback you may have to better the user experience for this site and/or the RCV text. Feedback can be in the form of questions, comments, feature requests, or edit suggestions. You may provide feedback by sending me a message using the email address given on the Home page.
If you like the RCV, let someone else know about it. Simply letting someone know about the Revised Common Version and this site is an easy way you can make a much appreciated contribution. Please use the following social network links to spread the word about the RCV.
I have provided a couple of ways to monetarily contribute to the RCV. The RCV is available for purchase on Lulu.com or as an Extra on Buymeacoffee.com. Of course, the digital books are available free of charge—and always will be—on the Download page of this website. Consider purchasing the RCV as a form of donation, if you would like to make a donation.
You may also choose to make a direct monetary contribution to the RCV project. If you wish to do so, please click one of the buttons below to make a contribution on the corresponding platforms. These buttons will direct you to a secure page. You do not need an account with the services to make a contribution, and all major credit/debit cards are accepted.
With Buy Me a Coffee, you can choose to make a single donation, or, in the Extras, make a donation and receive my latest update to the RCV in ePub or PDF format. These Ebook files are a preview of the next digital release as it is being edited.
With Square, you can make a single donation of any amount.
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For all monetary donations, whether from purchasing the RCV or direct contributions, I will donate 20% of the proceeds to the charity, Childcare Worldwide[➚].
Below is a list of people (arranged alphabetically) who have contributed notably to the RCV project, whether it be theological consultation, errata suggestions, feature testing, or monetary donations.