The work of UFM Worldwide and our missionaries is possible because of the faithful financial support of hundreds of churches and thousands of individuals.
We are so grateful to the Lord for the way in which he meets our needs. If you would like to support us financially there are a number of ways in which this can be done.
If you pay Income Tax or Capital Gains Tax in the UK you may wish to give under Gift Aid – this increases the value of your donations to UFM at no extra cost to yourself.
We will then supply you with our bank details and a unique reference for you to quote.
Donors living in the Republic of Ireland can give via the Irish Mission Agencies Partnership.
Donors living in the U.S.A. can give via UFM Worldwide USA, Inc.
Donors living in other countries, please contact us for details.
You can donate one-off donations online using your credit or debit card via PayPal. Please enter the name of the member or project you wish to support. Please note that PayPal take a small percentage of each transaction, please use Standing Order (above) for regular donations.
Giving by Cheque
You can make one-off gifts or regular payments to us by cheque. Please make cheques payable to ‘UFM Worldwide‘. Please post to one of our offices, enclosing a note giving your name and address and stating how you would like your gift to be used i.e. General Fund, support of a missionary or a particular project.
If you already have an account with CAF, Stewardship Services, Sovereign Giving, or other similar organisations, you can make payments to us through your account by voucher or standing instruction. Please arrange for the payments to be made to ‘UFM Worldwide‘ with a comment stating how you would like your gift to be used.
Over the years, the Lord has graciously provided for the work through the generous giving of those who have remembered UFM in their wills. For further information, please contact one of our offices.
Allocation of Donated Funds
UFM Worldwide aims to use all funds primarily for the purpose designated, but retains the right to use any surplus funds at its discretion for the general charitable purposes of the organisation.