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You can help and support Barnabas Aid in other ways than donating money online.

For all donations ensure that you have either a project reference number to quote (found on the projects page), a specific country in mind or please advise us that you wish for us to administer the monies to the most urgent need. We thank you for your help and support in bringing hope and aid to the persecuted church.

For international supporters outside of the UK, please click here for the contact details of your nearest office.

PayPal

The simplest way to donate via PayPal is through our secure server. Alternatively you can donate in the normal way through your account page on PayPal. Please use the following email address finance@barnabasfund.org and add the project's fund number (for example 00-345) in the message section of the payment. Without this number we will not know which project you want the donation to support. If a project number is not specified then it will be allocated to the general fund (00-000) and used where the need is deemed greatest.

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Please note: If you choose to donate directly, and not via our secure server, it is not possible for us to claim Gift Aid on the donation unless we have a current declaration from a previous gift and we will also require your name, address and gift aid eligability. For further information please contact Barnabas Aid’s finance department at the above e-mail address.

Donate by Telephone

If you prefer to telephone you can call direct to donate by dialling:

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Donate by Post

Please CLICK HERE to print our donation form, complete and post to your nearest Barnabas Aid office

Donate by Direct Deposit

You can now give directly to Barnabas Aid US bank account. See details below.

Donate by bill pay

You can give directly to Barnabas Aid via bill pay through your on line banking by using the details below..

Donate via your local bank

You can go into your closest Bank of America and deposit a donation into the Barnabas Aid US bank account by giving the details below.

Donating from outside the US

You may need these additional details alongside the account name and account number shown above.


As the reference for your payment, quote either your constituent id number (if you know it) or or your full name and zipcode so we can process and receipt your donation. Please also add the project number you wish to donate to. thank you.

Prayer support is vital

You can join with us in prayer on a daily basis with our Daily Prayer Point and also with our monthy publication, Prayer Focus Update. Both are available online here at barnabasfund.org for you to use.

eBay

You can donate between ten and 100 per cent of the proceeds when you sell unwanted items on eBay. Simply list the item in the usual way on our eBay charity page and specify the percentage of the sale you wish Barnabas Aid to receive.

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