Short-Term Missions
Fundraising for Short-Term Missions
Inviting others to support your work is an important part of discipleship and stewardship.
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Overview

Building a base of support for short-term missions requires time and energy. Participants need to sharpen their vision for missions and invite others to support the work they plan to pursue. These assessments will help you communicate with donors and ask them to support the opportunities for service that God has given us.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Sharing Common Values 
Short-term missionaries and their donors should share the same essential values.

A Variety of Sources 
Why keep dipping into the same well when we can seek help in multiple ways?

Making Your Case 
Each short-term missionary should follow these guidelines when communicating with donors.

A Better Donor Letter 
Are the fund-raising letters we send focused, personal, and compelling?

Honest and Above Board 
Accountability and truth build ethics into short-term missions fundraising.

Outside the Box 
Is our church supporting missions fundraising from a large enough pool of ideas?

Fanning the Flames 
Is your church on fire for short-term missions giving, or ready to pour water on the idea?

How Tall Are the Hurdles? 
Every church faces obstacles to missions comprehension and fundraising.


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Topics:Communication, Finances, Fundraising, Marketing, Missions, Outreach, Short-term missions, Stewardship
Filters:Committee member, Finances, Fundraising ministry, Missionary, Missions, Outreach, Pastor, Short-Term Missions Leader, Volunteer
References:1 Corinthians 1:10, Numbers 7:3, Acts 13:3
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