Grace Baptist Mission CIO
12 Abbey Close, Abingdon
Oxon, OX14 3JD, UK
T: 01235 520147
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How Can You Give?
Through the Post
Cheques should be made payable to “GBM CIO” and sent to GBM Mission Centre, Abingdon,
Oxfordshire, OX14 3JD. Please make sure that when sending a cheque you specify which
missionary or project you wish your cheque to go to. If you require an acknowledgement
we are happy to send one. It helps, though, if you include a stamp-
Through the Bank
You may pay by cash or cheque through your bank or any branch of the HSBC. Our account
at the HSBC, Abingdon (sorting code 40-
Through a Standing Order
You can instruct your bank to send us a regular gift. You can download a Standing Order Form for completion.
Through Church Tithing
Some churches give a proportion of their total income to GBM. This is a great help especially if the gifts are sent at regular intervals during the year.
By an Interest Free Loan
Interest free loans are particularly useful during the times of the year when giving is low and bills still have to be paid.
By Selling your Treasures
You may think “I can’t give very much”, forgetting that you have some jewellery or an antique stored away somewhere. Northwood Missionary Auctions give their time and expertise freely to sell such goods and raise money for Christian work. Let them know that you want the proceeds to come to us, and they will send us the money.
Telephone 01923 836634 or visit their website www.nmauctions.org.uk
By a Legacy
Legacies form an important part of GBM’s income. It is humbling to see, so often, legacies have arrived at just the moment of greatest need. The actual bequest may have been made many years earlier.
Form of bequest
“I leave to Grace Baptist Mission CIO of 12 Abbey Close, Abingdon, Oxon, OX14 3JD:
The property known as and situated at …………………………
OR the sum of £ …………………………
Free of duty, for the promotion of the objects and work of the said Mission: and I direct the said Organisation’s receipt shall be taken and deemed a sufficient discharge for the same.