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Mitch Hamilton Support Page
We are excited to be a part of this incredible journey. Thank you for considering God’s call on your life to join us. You can learn more of our part in His plan by going to our web page www.m2mglobal.net . If you have been giving for a while, this page is indeed new. We are providing this so all can be better informed.
As you can imagine, the costs associated with this effort go beyond the budget of any individual or any one supporter. Our prayer is that God would raise a number of partners who would undergird the work with prayer, encouragement and finances. Many have made a commitment to be a part of this endeavor, but there is still need.
There are some things you need to know as you are praying about your part:
1) Who is PureCharity and how are they related to e3Partners and to you?
If you click the donate button above, it will take you to a web page hosted by Pure Charity. While the others are providing logistical support, e3 is an organization in Dallas that has very graciously offered to handle the financial administration of our funds. This keeps us financially accountable, and in good stead with the IRS. They have contracted with a Christian organization called Pure Charity to handle all of the incoming funds. Together, they make sure your resources are received and handled properly.
2) What is the best way to give?
There are many ways to give. You can mail a check, and that works just fine. If this fits your accounting system best, you can send the check to:
e3Partners Fund at Pure Charity
P.O. Box 1053
Searcy, AR 72145
For proper routing, include Hamilton #699 in the correspondence.
Or, you can click the donate button and make a gift by either a credit card or direct bank withdrawal (ACH). If it is your plan to give monthly, you can do that also. Either way, you will need to set up an account with Pure Charity. In so doing, they can track your giving and provide you with a tax-deductible receipt to file with the IRS.
3) One-Time or Monthly?
If your intent is to give only once, then the answer is obvious. If your intention is to provide stable financial support, then setting the gift to be monthly simplifies the process for you, and signals us so we will have an ability to plan. This is significant for our budget process. If you choose to set up a monthly contribution, please know that you can always change your gift amount, or return to a one-time gift at any time.
4) What if I have questions, or if the site does function as I expected?
If for any reason the site does not work properly, or if you have questions about how to give, you can send a message to email@example.com. You can also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you in advance for your gift. Because of you, we very well may discover an effective way to share the love of God with millions of Muslims..
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