This is a free cartoon
Most of the cartoons on this website can be used by churches who purchase a very reasonable unlimited-cartoons-for-a-year licence – you can find out more here. As a one-off I’m making this ‘Giving’ cartoon free for any church to use in notice-sheets, magazines and elsewhere. This is a brand new cartoon – only published in the Church Times on 20 November 2015.
Download the high resolution cartoon
I have also done a version of the cartoon suitable for non-Anglican churches, or those outside the C of E. This version uses the word ‘Minister’ instead of ‘Vicar’, and ‘They’ in place of ‘The Diocese’.
- Giving cartoon (non-Anglican) – High resolution gif (161kb)
- Giving cartoon (non-Anglican) – High resolution jpeg (2.15mb)
Instructions for downloading the cartoon
In Google Chrome or Firefox you can save the cartoon onto your computer by right clicking on the link, then selecting ‘ Save Link As…’, choosing where you want to store the image on your computer, then clicking ‘Save’. In Internet Explorer right click on the link and select ‘Save Target As…’.
Instructions for using the cartoon
Please credit the image as follows:
Cartoon by Dave Walker, originally published in the Church Times
The Frequently Asked Questions page has more information about the technical aspects of adding a cartoon to your publication should that be useful. (Link will open in new window).
I hope your congregation / readers of your church magazine enjoy this cartoon. If so perhaps you’d like to consider using more of my work with one of my cartoon licences. At the time of writing (November 2015) they are still only £35 for a year – full information is here. Take a look at some of my other cartoons in any case – you can see them all here. I also have a newsletter if you’d like to receive occasional updates about the latest cartoons. Thank you!
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[Additional tags to help searchers find this cartoon: giving, stewardship, charities, charity, collection, tithe, tithing, money ]