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The Outreach Foundation Depends upon the generous financial support of mission-minded individuals and congregations in order to do our work. Your contribution, regardless of the amount, helps expand Christ-centered evangelistic global mission.

 
 
 
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Mail or Phone

Thank you for your interest in supporting God's mission around the world through the ministry of The Outreach Foundation. If you do not wish to use our online giving option, you may print a giving form and return it to us by mail or fax. Please click here for a printer-friendly PDF file to use in making a gift by check or credit card. (Right click to "save as...")

Your completed form can be mailed to:

The Outreach Foundation

381 Riverside Drive, Ste 110
Franklin, TN 37064

 

 

You may also contact us by telephone
to make a contribution by credit card at
(615) 778-8881.

 

 

Automatic Giving

You may also make gifts through automatic recurring deductions from your checking or savings account through a process called Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT). Please click HERE for a printer-friendly EFT form.

Please complete the EFT Authorization Form and return it with a voided check or savings deposit slip via...

MAIL:    The Outreach Foundation
381 Riverside Drive, Suite 110
Franklin, TN  37064

EMAIL:  linda@theoutreachfoundation.org

 
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Planned Giving / Great Commission Society

Blanche Rigby, known as “Bee” to her friends and congregation at First Presbyterian Church in Kingsport, Tennessee, loved her church and serving the Lord. She served as an Elder and taught Bible classes at First Presbyterian. And, she had a strong heart for global mission. 

When Bee died at age 98, her legacy and tireless support for mission lived on. Prior to her death, Bee met with her estate attorney and created a planned gift that, after her own resurrection day, allowed continued support of her mission passion. The Outreach Foundation used part of her gift to send study Bibles to pastors in the rural parts of Central and Western China. Bee wanted to ensure that the important work she began would live on. And it does!

The Outreach Foundation offers a unique opportunity to mission-minded stewards like Bee. Joining The Outreach Foundation’s Great Commission Society gives you the ability to strengthen the work of the global church and provide hope to children and adults for years to come. Members of the Great Commission Society have made a bequest in their will or living trust to The Outreach Foundation. 

Several simple sentences in your estate documents are all that’s needed. Your attorney or The Outreach Foundation staff can help you with the words. Through your planned gift, you can give away cash, property, securities, or real estate and designate it for the specific mission passion in your heart. 

For more information about The Great Commission Society and planned giving opportunities, contact Ralph Wheeler at The Outreach Foundation by phone (615)778-8881 or by email by clicking the button below:

Create your own living legacy like Bee did, and keep the work of Christ alive and strong.

  

Download the Great Commission Brochure (PDF)

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2018 Christmas Projects List

 
...God has given us eternal life, and this life is in his Son.
— 1 John 5:11
 
 

As we celebrate the birth of God’s greatest gift to us, please consider honoring your friends and family with a gift in their name to one of the projects listed below. We will send you a Christmas card acknowledgment that you may send to the person you would like to honor and in the months ahead, they will receive updates about the project.

 

Alternative Christmas Gifts 

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Bibles for New Christians
$10

The Bible is a powerful tool in leading people to Christ and the foundation for growing in the faith for every Christian. But in many places Bibles are not available or are too expensive to obtain. It is especially important that new Christians have access to God’s Word in their own heart language. Your gift of $10 can provide a Bible to a new Christian in any of several strategic places including China (Study Bibles), Africa (Audio Bibles), Egypt (through the Bible Society of Egypt), and more. Give the precious gift of a Bible this Christmas.

School Materials for Community Schools in Zambia
$50

There are 32 community schools for orphaned and vulnerable children managed by the Church of Central Africa Presbyterian Synod of Zambia. More than 5,800 children are supervised by over 120 volunteer teachers. Many classes use church buildings but lack furniture such as desks and other basic material. Priority needs for this program include teacher’s stipends/incentives, teaching materials and text books, classroom furniture, sanitation and scholarship support. This program educates children who would not be able go to regular schools due to financial constraints. Education is the key to fighting poverty, which drives most children to the streets. Your $50 gift will provide a desk, books, pencils, and more for students at these community schools , promising a future off the streets.

Sewing Machine for Women
in Zimbabwe
$100

Home of Hope ministers to people living on the streets of Harare, Zimbabwe. One of the projects that Home of Hope provides is training women to learn to sew and furnishing them with starter kits of supplies. Learning a skill, such as sewing, gives these women the ability to support their families and have greater hope for their future. Your gift of $100 will provide a woman with a sewing machine, supplies, training and hope for the future.

 

You may also call to give a gift over the phone: 615-778-8881

 
 

While we sleep, Syrians flee from rockets and mortars.

War rages in Syria. But the Church is faithfully bringing spiritual, emotional and physical relief to the people. They desperately need our help.

We invite you to join The Outreach Foundation in support of the work and witness of the Presbyterian Church in Syria through its 18 congregations and eight pastors and the Presbyterian Church in Lebanon.
 

 
 
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