PSBJ: Pushpay’s Inventing a New Church Collection Plate

Rachel Taylor / November 10, 2015

Pushpay, a client of The Fearey Group, is making waves with its new mobile and digital giving technology for churches.

Chris Heaslip, CEO and co-founder of Pushpay, noticed that “people who go to church are using great technology,”…”but when they actually go to church, they’re getting a Windows 95 experience.” Headquarted in Redmond, Wash., Pushpay has been growing vigorously — doubling its customer base of churches in the last six months and hiring on 70 new employees.

Check out the company’s featured article in the Puget Sound Business Journal to learn more about their growth.

Chris Heaslip, chief executive officer and co-founder of Pushpay.
Chris Heaslip, chief executive officer and co-founder of Pushpay.

Rachel Taylor

Marketing + PR Manager

Rachel is a born communicator and marketing specialist. After spending three years on the client side, capturing media hits and crafting powerful stories for a variety of organizations, Rachel now tackles all of Fearey’s marketing and public relations initiatives from the inside.

She loves punching out a solid strategy and dropping data into Microsoft Excel to drive decision making. Her skills lie in project coordination, media relations, digital marketing, social media management, SEO and website development.

As a Seattle native, she’s a go-to resource for information about hiking or anything outdoors. You will find her squeezing every adventure into the time outside of work – Whistler ski trips, post-work training hikes up Mailbox Peak, canoe camping, summiting Mt. Adam’s on skis, backpacking the North Cascades or paddleboarding on every body of water possible. In the rare moments of rest, she’ll kick back in a hammock with a good read and the pup.