For your convenience, we have listed below a variety of different ways you can make a donation towards the work of World Outreach International.


You can give online using a credit or debit card or a PayPal account by visiting the Blessing Centre. You can give to a missionary or a project and choose your donation amount. You will then be taken to PayPal to complete your donation.

You can also choose to pay in Australian Dollars via eWAY or through our UK site with Paypal.


Please make cheques payable to the specific World Outreach bank account name of your nearest country office and in local currency. Post the cheque in an envelope to that country office. View address details for our country offices.


You can make a deposit directly into your local country office bank account.


A response envelope is enclosed with some of our mailings. If you would like a supply of these to send in your gifts, please contact us.

GIRO (for Singapore donors only)

This is a simple hassle free method of giving on a regular basis, either monthly, quarterly or annually. We can send you a GIRO form so that you can give details to your bank of the amount and frequency of your gift. The money is then transferred automatically from your bank to ours until you advise your bank otherwise. Alternatively, you can download the GIRO form.



World Outreach USA is registered with the IRS as a charitable organization and we are able to provide tax donation receipts under our 501c3. Any US funds donated to WO are eligible to receive a donation receipt when our office processes the funds or as long as there is adequate paperwork to substantiate the donation.

New Zealand
As with most missions organisations within New Zealand, donations received for our personnel and projects overseas are not liable for a tax rebate.
Donations designated to our World Outreach New Zealand office or to our missionaries that are New Zealand based as well as paying tax in New Zealand, are liable for a tax rebate.

World Outreach Australia Limited has DGR (deductible gift recipient) status for gifts to Public Benevolent Funds within Australia. We operate certain Benevolent Funds which are claimable for tax rebates. Any donations designated to Benevolent Fund Where Most Needed will be tax deductible. Contact our Australian Office for details of specific missionaries or projects which relate to any Australian Benevolent Fund projects. We also give tax claimable receipts for donations to the Fulani people project in Burkina Faso.


All donations that come into the officially registered Canada World Outreach office from within Canada, receive an official Evangelical World Outreach of Canada tax receipt. All charitable donations through a registered Canadian charitable organization can be claimed on the Canadian Income Tax Return.  


UK taxpayers are able to register for the Gift Aid scheme which means donors (who pay tax) can increase the value of their gift to WOI. Gift Aid is one of the simplest and most effective ways of giving to a charity. It is a scheme introduced by the Inland Revenue which allows us to claim 25p for every £1 that is donated.

For example, if a donor donates £20 we can claim an extra £5, making the gift worth £25.

The Gift Aid guidelines require a Gift Aid Declaration Form to be completed. It gives us the data we need to be able to claim Gift Aid on a donation.


No tax rebate available.

South Africa

No tax rebate available.


No tax rebate available.


No tax rebate available.