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Gifts of all amounts are needed. For every $100, we can:
Feed 9 hungry, malnourished children for almost a month.
Provide life saving medicine for 20 desperately sick children.
Buy 1/5th of a wheelchair for a needy, handicapped child.
Help a child receive life-saving surgery.
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Your Will: Wills are a great way to provide for your family and ensure your finances continue to help others. Naming International Servants in your Will makes a difference for eternity by supporting missionaries and helping the poor. Please remember us in your Estate Planning. Tax ID (EIN) # 63-1155427.
100 percent of designated gifts go directly where designated, whether for a Missionary, food, medicine or one of our Ministries. Undesignated gifts are used where needed most. We utilize volunteers for most Ministry positions, to help stretch every donated dollar, and to keep Administration costs low.
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George W. Carroll was a wealthy Texas Philanthropist who gave large sums of money to Baptist missionary causes. After he lost much in the depression years, he was viewing a building he helped construct. Someone asked, "Aren't you sorry now that you gave all that money away?" He answered, "No, because all I kept for myself is lost, and only that which I gave away has been preserved."
And so it is in our lives. When the temporary things of this life are gone, that which we have invested in Christ's care will continue to flourish and bear fruit.