Partner Financially

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You can participate in this ministry by partnering with us in prayer, because this is a spiritual endeavor, and by partnering with us financially. Thank you for your participation in this Gospel ministry.

Partner with us financially (all gifts are tax-deductible). Here is how:

1. Credit Card Donation Online (one-time or recurring)

Make a one-time or recurring credit card donation by filling out the form at the top of our GMI web page. Type in an amount to give, then click the “+ Add to Giving” button, then on the next screen you can either create a new account or simply click the button at the bottom to “proceed as Guest”. Enter your credit card billing information, then click the “Submit Payment” button. Thank you!

2. Setup a Direct Deposit to Give Automatically (*preferred option)

To set up a monthly direct deposit, print this form and follow its instructions (Use missionary/project “Ellingson – Madagascar, Project #080507“). GMI Direct Deposit benefits you because there is no check writing, no postage costs, easy to track donations, and it’s easy to start, change, or stop.  This method benefits us as missionaries because donations do not get delayed, lost in the mail, or accidentally forgotten. Since credit cards expire, donations can stop unexpectedly. But direct deposits stabilize our support and allow us to stay focused on ministry.

3. Mail in a Check:

  • Send a check payable to: Grace Ministries International
  • Write on the memo line: Ellingson – Madagascar, Project #080507
  • Then, send check to:

Grace Ministries International
13248 Roscoe Blvd.
Sun Valley, CA 91352
(818) 909-5701

4. Setup Bill Pay through Your Bank

  • Contact your bank and set up an online monthly payment to “Grace Ministries International“, 13248 Roscoe Blvd, Sun Valley, CA 91352 – be sure to include “Ellingson – Madagascar” in the memo or reference field.

 

Life in Madagascar is more expensive that many expect because of the following factors:

  • Madagascar is an island and it’s very expensive to import anything.
  • In Madagascar, you are either considered “rich” or you are in poverty. This means that most things are very expensive for anyone not in poverty because there is a smaller market segment who can afford them. Items such as electricity, water, gasoline, vehicles, internet, appliances, furniture, and even many foods cost much more than they would in America.
  • There are additional expenses for language tutors, ministry expenses, and international healthcare for our family.

 

Thank you joining us in this Gospel ministry!

Partner Financially Now

 

For His Glory,

David and Ashley Ellingson