Your financial contributions help CMI develop dynamic, evangelistic and multiplying networks of churches in the great cities of Latin America. For your convenience, CMI provides a variety of convenient giving options including, secure online giving, recurring giving, check or money order gifts by mail and donations of appreciated assets.

If you have any questions please email us at donations@churchministries.org or call 1-972-941-4422.

Donate Online

Donate Online

Donate By Mail

Donate by Mail

Checks and money orders may be submitted by mail. For your security, CMI does not recommend sending cash, credit or debit card information by mail. To provide credit or debit card gifts, we recommend using CMI’s secure online donation page or calling our office at (972) 941-4422. To send checks or money orders by mail, please do the following:

Step 1

Download and print the CMI Donation Form.

Step 2

Make checks or money orders payable to “Church Ministries International”.

Step 3

Mail your donation to:
Church Ministries International
2001 West Plano Parkway
 Suite 3100
Plano, Texas 75075-8632

If you have any questions please email us at donations@churchministries.org or call 1-972-941-4422.

Donate Stocks and Bonds

Donate Stocks and Bonds

Gifts of appreciated assets enable you to give potentially larger charitable contributions by saving the expense of paying capital gains taxes. As a result, your gifts can achieve an even greater impact.
One of the best ways to give appreciated assets is through gifts of stocks, bonds and mutual funds. Stocks that qualify as appreciated assets can be transferred to Church Ministries International. CMI receives the full value of the security and you receive an income tax deduction for the full fair market value of the stock.
Securities can be transferred electronically or by physically mailing the paper certificates to the Church Ministries International office. Transferring shares is accomplished in three simple steps:

Step One: Contact Your Broker

It is necessary to contact your broker to initiate the transfer. Click here to download a sample letter for your use.

Step Two: Choose Your Method of delivery

If you choose to transfer securities electronically, follow the instructions under section “A”. To transfer securities by physical mail, follow the instructions under section “B”.

A – Transferring Securities Electronically

Donate your stock through:
Brokerage Firm: Edward Jones
Account Name: Church Ministries International (Tax ID Number: 75-2267853)
Account Number: 769-03042-1-2
DTC Number: 0057

B – Transferring Securities by Mail

Mail your UNENDORSED certificate(s) with a Stock Power Form, in separate envelopes, by registered mail, to:

Church Ministries International
2001 West Plano Parkway
Suite 3100
Plano, Texas 75075-8632

NOTE: Certificates already registered in the name of Church Ministries International do not require either the stock waiver or stock power for execution of the transfer.

Step 3: Notify CMI

Regardless of the method chosen to deliver a gift of stock; the donor needs to provide us some information about the gift for audit and acknowledgment purposes.

Please send a letter or an e-mail to communicate the information below at the time of transfer:

1. Donor’s full name and complete address
2. Name and number of securities transferred
3. Name of brokerage house shares will be transferred to (Edward Jones)
4. Date of the transfer
5. Specific project or missionary to which gift should be directed (if any)

Send to:

Church Ministries International
2001 West Plano Parkway
Suite 3100
Plano, Texas 75075-8632
E-mail: donations@churchministries.org
Phone: (972) 941-4422
Fax: (972) 941-4461

Thank you for your gift. All charitable contributions are receipted by CMI and will be deductible to the extent of current tax law. Contributions to CMI are administered and disbursed under the supervision of the Board of Directors. In the unlikely event that a donor preferenced ministry or project cannot be used for the intended purpose, funds may be redirected to a similar ministry or project under Board policy and directives.

Additional Resources:

CMI Independent Financial Audits/Reviews

2015-2016

2014-2015

2013-2014

2012-2013