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How do I know my gift will be used for the missionary or ministry I designated?

Reliant takes very seriously the donor preference for gifts. Donated funds must be used to further the ministry purposes that Reliant communicates to our financial partners. As a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, we adhere to clear standards, including Standard 4 and Standard 7.2 which set clear guidelines for accounting and communication practices regarding how our gifts are used.  

Though we believe this is a matter of our Christian trust before God, we also have our financial records audited each year by an external CPA firm to ensure compliance.

You may also notice that we have fine print on some giving areas that read

""Reliant is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and ensures donations to Reliant are used for the purposes for which they were given, subject to Reliant's policies and guidelines. In accordance with IRS requirements, all gifts are subject to Reliant's full control and discretion."

To meet IRS regulations, like all non-profit mission agencies of our kind, these gifts are given with the understanding that they are not a personal gift to the individual. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, Reliant ensures that donations to Reliant are used for the purposes for which they are given, subject to Reliant's policies and guidelines. This preserves the legality of the tax-deductibility of your gift (subject to your tax situation).

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Website & Technical Questions

How do I know my gift will be used for the missionary or ministry I designated?

Reliant takes very seriously the donor preference for gifts. Donated funds must be used to further the ministry purposes that Reliant communicates to our financial partners. As a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, we adhere to clear standards, including Standard 4 and Standard 7.2 which set clear guidelines for accounting and communication practices regarding how our gifts are used.  

Though we believe this is a matter of our Christian trust before God, we also have our financial records audited each year by an external CPA firm to ensure compliance.

You may also notice that we have fine print on some giving areas that read

""Reliant is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and ensures donations to Reliant are used for the purposes for which they were given, subject to Reliant's policies and guidelines. In accordance with IRS requirements, all gifts are subject to Reliant's full control and discretion."

To meet IRS regulations, like all non-profit mission agencies of our kind, these gifts are given with the understanding that they are not a personal gift to the individual. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, Reliant ensures that donations to Reliant are used for the purposes for which they are given, subject to Reliant's policies and guidelines. This preserves the legality of the tax-deductibility of your gift (subject to your tax situation).

Accountability

About Supporting Missionaries

How do I know my gift will be used for the missionary or ministry I designated?

Reliant takes very seriously the donor preference for gifts. Donated funds must be used to further the ministry purposes that Reliant communicates to our financial partners. As a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, we adhere to clear standards, including Standard 4 and Standard 7.2 which set clear guidelines for accounting and communication practices regarding how our gifts are used.  

Though we believe this is a matter of our Christian trust before God, we also have our financial records audited each year by an external CPA firm to ensure compliance.

You may also notice that we have fine print on some giving areas that read

""Reliant is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and ensures donations to Reliant are used for the purposes for which they were given, subject to Reliant's policies and guidelines. In accordance with IRS requirements, all gifts are subject to Reliant's full control and discretion."

To meet IRS regulations, like all non-profit mission agencies of our kind, these gifts are given with the understanding that they are not a personal gift to the individual. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, Reliant ensures that donations to Reliant are used for the purposes for which they are given, subject to Reliant's policies and guidelines. This preserves the legality of the tax-deductibility of your gift (subject to your tax situation).

Accountability

About Reliant & Accountability

How do I know my gift will be used for the missionary or ministry I designated?

Reliant takes very seriously the donor preference for gifts. Donated funds must be used to further the ministry purposes that Reliant communicates to our financial partners. As a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, we adhere to clear standards, including Standard 4 and Standard 7.2 which set clear guidelines for accounting and communication practices regarding how our gifts are used.  

Though we believe this is a matter of our Christian trust before God, we also have our financial records audited each year by an external CPA firm to ensure compliance.

You may also notice that we have fine print on some giving areas that read

""Reliant is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and ensures donations to Reliant are used for the purposes for which they were given, subject to Reliant's policies and guidelines. In accordance with IRS requirements, all gifts are subject to Reliant's full control and discretion."

To meet IRS regulations, like all non-profit mission agencies of our kind, these gifts are given with the understanding that they are not a personal gift to the individual. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, Reliant ensures that donations to Reliant are used for the purposes for which they are given, subject to Reliant's policies and guidelines. This preserves the legality of the tax-deductibility of your gift (subject to your tax situation).

Accountability

How do I know my gift will be used for the missionary or ministry I designated?

Reliant takes very seriously the donor preference for gifts. Donated funds must be used to further the ministry purposes that Reliant communicates to our financial partners. As a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability, we adhere to clear standards, including Standard 4 and Standard 7.2 which set clear guidelines for accounting and communication practices regarding how our gifts are used.  

Though we believe this is a matter of our Christian trust before God, we also have our financial records audited each year by an external CPA firm to ensure compliance.

You may also notice that we have fine print on some giving areas that read

""Reliant is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and ensures donations to Reliant are used for the purposes for which they were given, subject to Reliant's policies and guidelines. In accordance with IRS requirements, all gifts are subject to Reliant's full control and discretion."

To meet IRS regulations, like all non-profit mission agencies of our kind, these gifts are given with the understanding that they are not a personal gift to the individual. As a 501(c)(3) non-profit, Reliant ensures that donations to Reliant are used for the purposes for which they are given, subject to Reliant's policies and guidelines. This preserves the legality of the tax-deductibility of your gift (subject to your tax situation).

Accountability

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