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Find a missionary then click on their "donate" button.
To give personal gifts or donations exceeding $200 please read our FAQs on this page.

Disaster Response

Compassion Global Disaster Relief: Donors to MTW’s Compassion Ministry provide an umbrella fund for mercy ministry, especially for disaster response and rebuilding. Donate to Compassion »

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Estate and Gift Design

Let us help you find a stewardship plan for your estate, an annuity, donor advised fund or other options for gift planning. Visit our web site

Compassion Offering

Giving electronically?

Consider EFT over credit card.
When you give via EFT, you save MTW the extra processing costs associated with online payments.  Learn more about E-Giving »  

Donation Address

Mission to the World
P.O. Box 2589
Suwanee, GA 30024-0982

Contact

Partner Financial Services
pfs@mtw.org
1-866-373-6133


Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability

Ways To Give

Support National Pastors 

Help support national pastors worldwide! Read the letter below or Donate Now.

Dear Friend of MTW,

Our God is a God of redemption. He redeems all our circumstances for His glory and for His kingdom. I'd like to tell you a story of how God is redeeming difficult circumstances in the life of a one of MTW's national pastors.

A committed believer, Pramot had served as an intern at New City Fellowship Church (NCFC) in Thailand while studying at Bangkok Bible Seminary. He knew he was called to be a pastor, and the growing MTW church plant was a place for him to minister to those who did not know Christ. What Pramot did not know was that the NCFC community would provide him and his family with a firm foundation as they faced tragic circumstances.

Read the rest of the letter

Pramot and his wife, Tang, welcomed their first child, a daughter named Peace, in the fall of 2012. But with the joyful arrival of Peace came a cancer diagnosis for 29-year-old Tang. The church rallied around the young family. They received help with doctor visits, were prayed for, counseled, and consistently cared for by this new church family.

But less than a year after her diagnosis, Tang went "to be with her Daddy," as she put it. Even while grieving, Pramot and the church family were able to witness to the truth of Jesus Christ to the Buddhist community.

Pramot is now a pastor for NCFC and serving his community. But the challenge now is that the church struggles financially. The members cannot support the church from their own giving. So Pramot is investing much of his own time and money to learn the air conditioner service business. After praying and seeking advice from the session of NCFC, Pramot started Jing Jai Air ("Sincere Air").

Jing Jai Air is not just tent-making ministry: it is part of Pramot's vision to establish a solid financial foundation for NCFC by employing NCFC staff and expanding into the A/C parts business. Through this "business as mission" he and the staff will create an outreach to young, unskilled men in slum communities, providing them a steady income and gospel witness.

Pramot experienced firsthand the love and grace of Jesus Christ and the compassion and care of a church community. He now wants to share that love and compassion with others in Thailand. Our God is indeed a God of redemption.

Will you share your resources with Pramot and other national pastors? Your year-end gift will support national pastors, including those like Pramot, who are working in areas where Business as Mission and church planting intersect; and where churches can make a difference through the love they share with their community, as NCFC did for Pramot,Tang, and Peace.

These funds will support national pastors who are on the front lines of planting churches that transform their communities. Your gift will leverage your financial resources to expand the impact of the churches' human resources. Please indicate project #98601 on your gift.

Thank you for your commitment to sending the gospel of grace to a world in need of His redeeming love.

Sincerely,

Lloyd Kim
Provisional Coordinator for MTW

 


MTW offers a number of giving options. You can give one-time, set up a recurring monthly gift, give to a specific ministry or missionary, or even give anonymously. Our transaction system provides you with regular reports (some online) to keep you informed of your gifts and for your yearly records. Mission to the World is registered as a 501(c)(3) religious charity.

 

Give by credit card

   Click here to go to our donations site.

Credit cards accepted for one-time or recurring donations include Visa, MasterCard, American Express, or Discover. Each donation will incur a separate transaction fee of approximately three percent, charged to the same support account or project designated by the donor.*

*See the information on Electronic Fund Transfer (EFT) to give without transaction fees.

Give by Check

Please make checks payable to MTW and include the missionary or project name and account number (if known) on the memo line.
Donations address:
Mission to the World
P.O. Box 2589
Suwanee, GA 30024-0982

Electronic Funds Transfer

EFTs are an easy and efficient method for recurring monthly giving and will ensure that your gift is always received on time. Another advantage: no extra transaction fees are charged to the designated project or missionary support account. Click for the E-giving enrollment form.

Center for Estate & Gift Planning

Let us help you create a plan of stewardship that is unique to your desires for your family and your ministry interests. We offer several ways to make gifts and create income for you and your loved ones, such as Charitable Gift Annuities, Charitable Trusts, and Donor Advised Programs. We also offer seminars for churches.   Visit our Center for Estate and Gift Planning »

Donor FAQs

Are gifts to MTW tax deductible?

Gifts and donations made to MTW and designated for MTW ministries are tax deductible. This includes gifts for the support of missionaries, special projects, or the home office. Non-cash gifts for these purposes are also deductible when handled according to IRS regulations. MTW can no longer accept personal gifts to missionaries for non-ministry purposes (see details in “Can I give a personal gift to a missionary?" below). If you have any questions regarding a specific gift, email pfs@mtw.org or call 1-866-373-6133 (local: 678-823-0004 ext. 2451).

How do I send a gift?

Gifts can be made by check or money order and mailed to P.O. Box 2589, Suwanee, GA 30024-0982. Donations can also be given through our E-Giving program. MTW can automatically deduct specified funds from your checking or saving account, or you can use your Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express.

How do I give a gift in memory of or in honor of someone?

Simply include a note with your gift and tell us the name and address of the person you would like to honor or memorialize. We'll take care of sending an acknowledgement.

Can you help with estate and gift planning?

MTW has an excellent Estate and Gift Design Department to help you make arrangements for deferred gifts, such as wills, trust annuities, or a withdrawal gift agreement. You can receive more information by contacting EstateGift@mtw.org or 678-823-0004 ext. 2291.

Can you help with estate and gift planning?

MTW has an excellent Estate and Gift Design Department to help you make arrangements for deferred gifts, such as wills, trust annuities, or a withdrawal gift agreement. You can receive more information by contacting EstateGift@mtw.org or 678-823-0004 ext. 2291.

What is an E-Giving program?

E-Giving makes it possible to have your monthly gift automatically deducted from your checking or savings account, or to use your Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express cards. E-giving donors also receive receipts by email. This process is usually easier for donors and saves administrative costs and postage for MTW. Click here to download the E-Giving form.

How do I support a missionary?

The easiest way is to search for them on the MTW donation site to make a one-time or recurring gift using your credit card. You can also contact Partner Financial Services for detailed information: pfs@mtw.org or call 1-866-373-6133 (local: 678-823-0004 ext. 2451).

How do I find out the financial needs of a missionary?

Please email SupportNeeds@mtw.org or you may call 678-823-0004 ext. 2308.

How does MTW acknowledge my gifts?

Those using our online donation web site will receive an email confirmation after the transaction and later, an email acknowledgement from MTW Partner Financial Services after the donation is processed.

For offline donations, Partner Financial Services mails a receipt to each donor after a gift is received. The receipt has a detachable bottom portion that can be sent in a return envelope with your next contribution. (An emailed receipt will be sent to E-Giving partners.) The receipt will indicate if the gift is tax deductible or non-tax deductible in accordance with IRS regulations.

How do I send my gift if I have misplaced my receipt?

Those who have setup an online donor account will not need their receipt.

Send your check and a short note listing the missionary or missionaries you support and how the funds are to be allocated. You may note this on the check if there is space. If you have any questions, you may contact Partner Financial Services at pfs@mtw.org or call 1-866-373-6133 (local: 678-823-0004 ext. 2451). 

How can I request a duplicate receipt?

Call, write, or email  pfs@mtw.org, and our staff will assist you.

How does MTW acknowledge or receipt my non-cash gift?

Gifts-in-kind are acknowledged through a gift-in-kind receipt. MTW cannot state a value or place a value for such gifts, but we can help you meet IRS regulations to substantiate your deduction.

How can I be sure my gift will go to the right missionary project?

MTW honors the designations of our partners. However, for legal and tax reasons, all gifts to MTW are under the control of our governing committee and subject to our policies. We will see that your gift is properly applied, and your receipt will include this information. You can contact us with any questions at pfs@mtw.org or call 1-866-373-6133 (local: 678-823-0004 ext. 2451).

How much are MTW administrative fees?

All funds designated for a missionary or missionary projects are credited to that missionary or project account. The average administrative fee for missionaries is 12% and the fee for projects is 7.5%.

How are the administrative fees used?

The administrative fee helps pay part of the costs of providing support services to our missionaries. These costs include, but are not limited to, receiving and managing financial gifts, managing their benefit package plans, managing the missionary’s complex monthly payroll needs, maintaining missionary mailing lists and sending prayer letters, providing assistance with pre-field and furlough activities, reimbursement of ministry expenses, recruiting, training, and shepherding missionaries, helping with international government requirements and with strategic planning. This fee only covers approximately 75% of the cost for these services. The remainder comes from Partnership Shares. (Partnership Shares are monies given annually from PCA churches and based on a dollar amount per church member that is set by General Assembly. Individual donors also contribute to these funds, which are used for general missionary support.)

How is MTW held accountable for handling my gifts?

MTW operates under the authority of Committee on Mission to the World (CMTW) appointed by the PCA (Presbyterian Church in America) General Assembly. We prepare financial statements that are audited annually by an independent audit firm. We use board-approved standard operating policies and procedures to assure the proper use of funds. MTW considers effective use of ministry resources a matter of stewardship responsibility before God and accuracy in reporting and fundraising to be a matter of integrity. MTW is a member of ECFA.

What does MTW do with my name and address information?

MTW is committed to protect the identity of its partners. We do not share or rent our list of contributors or other parties with any other organization, including other committees and agencies of the PCA.

Can I give a personal gift to a missionary?

MTW no longer accepts personal gifts* for our missionaries. We encourage you to contact your missionary about ways to facilitate a personal gift. After June 30, 2012 all gifts received by MTW marked “personal” will be placed into the intended missionary’s support account, and you will receive a tax-deductible receipt.
*Personal gifts are those made for non-ministry purposes. Examples: Christmas, birthday, anniversary