The hope of the gospel is the thread that weaves through every ministry. Your gifts spread that hope throughout North America.

Turning Dollars into Difference

All of the North American Mission Board’s ministry is made possible by generous givers—churches and individuals just like you. Whether it’s Southern Baptist churches supporting the Cooperative Program and giving sacrificially to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering® or individual church members moved to sponsor a particular missionary, each plays a vital role in the salvation of the lost in the United States and Canada. Our missionaries are resourced and encouraged by people like you—people who believe in them and in the Great Commission. What difference can one dollar make? An eternal one.

Annie Armstrong Easter Offering

The Annie Armstrong Easter Offering is the primary way we support mission efforts in North America. One hundred percent of gifts given to Annie Armstrong Easter Offering are used to support Southern Baptist missionaries serving across the United States and Canada.

Send Relief

Your gift to Send Relief’s compassion ministry focus areas of poverty, foster care and adoption, refugees and internationals, human trafficking, and crisis response will enable needs to be met, relationships to be built and lives to be changed. Gift funds include Adoption Fund for Ministers, Appalachia Ministry Center, Crisis Response, Clarkston Ministry Center, Fuge Backpacks, GenSend Scholarships and Global Hunger Relief.

Support a Missionary’s Ministry

Missionaries serving through the MSC program can use this resource to financially support their local ministry. Donations to this program are sent to a Sponsoring Church that determines how best to pray, participate, and provide for this local ministry.

Legacy & Planned Giving

Your ministry legacy can extend beyond the investments you’ve made in your lifetime. Through legacy and planned giving opportunities, your contributions to gospel ministry can continue to have kingdom impact for years to come. We can help you discover the options and develop a plan to make the most of your gifts.

Matching Gifts

Multiply your gift. Often, employers offer matching gift programs for charitable donations. We can help you find the best option for doubling—or even tripling—your gift to gospel ministry.

Help with Giving

I want to donate to a specific project; how do I find it?


At the top of our Giving Portal, you will find a search box, as well as several filters. This will allow you to search our unique portfolio of giving opportunities. If you are unable to locate the specific project or designation, please contact our Giving Team for assistance, 800-634-2462.

In 1977, the Southern Baptist Convention established Mission Service Corps as part of our efforts to expand the missionary force to reach the world for Christ. Missionaries who serve through MSC funding make up a team of long-term, self-funded missionaries. By securing their own support for an assigned ministry, these missionaries enable the North American Mission Board (NAMB) to extend its evangelism and church planting efforts. While the Cooperative Program and the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering® support many of our Southern Baptist missionaries, these do not provide direct salary support for all of them, nor the expanding need for more missionaries. All missionaries serving through MSC funding are beneficiaries of the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering® (AAEO) and the Cooperative Program(CP) which provides resources, training, and missionary support. Your giving, whether direct to an MSC, or through your donation to the Cooperative Program or the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering will support NAMB’s efforts to spread the gospel.

You may elect to designate your gift(s) for direct ministry support of individuals or couples by simply sharing your gift wishes with us. You can learn more about our missionaries and give online by visiting the Missionary Directory. You may also give directly to the Annie Armstrong Easter Offering® (AAEO) at

Due to security reasons, we require that you contact the Giving Team at or by phone at 800.634.2462 so that we may contact the missionary on your behalf. It is at the discretion of the individual missionary to determine if they wish to communicate directly with you or provide our team with their contact information for you.

Since 1845 when the Board of Domestic Missions (now known as the North American Mission Board) was founded by the Southern Baptist Convention, we have been dedicated to spreading the hope of the gospel. NAMB’s mission is to partner with state and local Southern Baptists to support their efforts in planting new churches. NAMB also assists Southern Baptists in living life on mission by connecting them with volunteer missional opportunities such as disaster relief, community engagement, and other mercy ministries around North America. NAMB’s purpose is to evangelize, provide support to churches so that they can plant churches, disciple, and lead those that are lost and forgotten to the gospel is supported by your generosity.

We have a long-standing history of honoring our mission with faith and integrity. NAMB is accredited by and follows the strict guidelines set by the Evangelical Council of Financial Accountability (ECFA). The North American Mission Board answers to God, Southern Baptists, our Board of Trustees, and to you; our trusted partners.

All gifts and their designations are properly entered in our financial system, receipted in a timely manner to the giver, and audited for appropriate use. When you give to the North American Mission Board, you want to know that your gifts are really making a difference. That’s why we’re committed to helping you understand the real impact of your donations. View a copy of NAMB’s Annual Ministry Report for more details on how your donation has helped us spread hope throughout North America.

The Southern Baptist worldwide missions’ enterprise is funded in large part through the unique, efficient, and equitable Cooperative Program (CP). A portion of the undesignated tithes and offerings of individuals received by SBC churches becomes CP dollars. Currently, CP provides 38 percent of NAMB’s annual support. Learn more about the CP here.

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