To Every Tribe missionaries and home staff receive funds for their ministries from their sending churches, from other churches, and individuals.
2. How much support is recommended for a To Every Tribe missionary?
The recommended support for a To Every Tribe missionary varies according to where they serve, what their ministry involves, and how large their family is. You may ask a missionary about their recommended support level, or contact our Office for that information at:
To Every Tribe, PO Box 1572, Los Fresnos, Texas 78566
956.233.4353 (back to top)
3. How are support levels determined?
Recommended support levels are based on the actual costs of ministering and living at a reasonable level. Missionaries are responsible for ministry expenses, benefits, and taxes. They pay for all of their own medical and life insurance premiums, and retirement. Missionaries usually pay for their own ministry-related travel and much of the equipment needed for ministry. (back to top)
Yes. To Every Tribe is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization. All gifts received by To Every Tribe for support of missionaries and projects are tax-deductible. As required by the IRS, gifts should be given with the understanding that they are under the full discretion and control of To Every Tribe. (back to top)
As soon as your gift is received by To Every Tribe, it is credited to the missionary’s account. At the end of each calendar month, the funds are distributed to each missionary, along with a report showing from whom the gifts were received. (back to top)
We will gratefully accept the donation of stocks or other securities. To Every Tribe has an account set up with A.G. Edwards for this purpose. For more information, contact Micki Buenrostro at 956.541.6344.
Some have chosen to designate To Every Tribe as a beneficiary in their wills. Others have donated excess or unneeded air miles or rewards earned on their credit cards. Missionaries travel a lot! We have also compiled a list of items that can be gathered and shipped to us. Click here for a printer friendly list.
There are many creative ways to give! (back to top)
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