Gospel Fellowship Association Missions
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Give to Missions

“How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without a preacher?” Romans 10:14

1. Where would you like to give?
*Select the missionary to whom you wish to give:
 
Additional details (special instructions, comments, etc.)
2. Tell us about yourself.
*First name
 
*Last name
 
*Email address
 
Phone number
Street address
City
State
ZIP
3. How much would you like to give?

To ensure that your missionary receives the full amount pledged, please add 3% to your donation to cover the transaction fee.

Amount
 
Recurring

There are many other ways to give.

  • Give by EFT
  • Give by EFT

    Please print out and complete the EFT Authorization Agreement . This form gives GFA permission to deduct a preauthorized amount from your bank account each month. 

    When you send the EFT form to GFA, please include a check with your regular monthly missionary gift. We will activate your EFT the following month.

    A receipt of your year-to-date giving will be sent to you twice a year. You may cancel or change the amount of your EFT at any time. 

    Click here to print the EFT Authorization Agreement.

     

  • Give by Mail
  • Give by Mail

    Checks should be made out to Gospel Fellowship Association to comply with IRS regulations. Indicate on a separate paper the ministry for which you wish your gift to be used.

    Send checks to: 

    Gospel Fellowship Association

    1809 Wade Hampton Blvd., Suite 110

    Greenville, SC 29609

  • Planned Giving
  • Planned Giving

    A "planned gift" is a gift you plan today that happens at a later time (usually upon your death). Several methods of making a planned gift to GFA are outlined below:

    Testamentary Bequest

    Through a charitable bequest in your will or living trust, you can leave cash or property to meet a specific need, while possibly saving estate tax dollars.

    Life Insurance or Retirement Plan

    If you have a life insurance policy you no longer need or if you wish to purchase a new one, you can designate GFA as the owner of one of the beneficiaries of that policy. You also can make the same designation for an IRA or 401(k).

    Charitable Gift Annuity

    In exchange for a gift of cash or other property, you can receive a fixed income for your lifetime, often at a rate higher than those offered by banks on CDs or money-market accounts.

    Charitable Remainder Trust

    This type of trust can provide you an income for a specified time. At the end of that time, the remaining assets go to GFA. You can also obtain an income tax deduction for your gift and even minimize or avoid capital gains tax. 

    For more information, we invite you to call the GFA home office at 864-609-5500. Because your tax situation may be unique, always consult your attorney, tax advisor or financial advisor about the plan best suited to meet your needs.

  • Non-Cash Giving
  • Non-Cash Giving

    Contributions of stocks, bonds, and securities can be made to GFA.

    If you have marketable securities that have grown in value, you can make a significant gift at a low after-tax cost, including the avoidance of capital gain tax. 

Gospel Fellowship Association Missions
1809 Wade Hampton Blvd., Suite 110,
Greenville, SC 29609
P: (864) 609-5500