Cheque or Money Order
Cheques should be made payable to “Northern Canada Evangelical Mission” or “NCEM.” Special interest in a specific ministry and/or worker should be indicated on a separate piece of paper.
Donations can be mailed to NCEM’s offices in Canada and the US. If the donation is in US dollars, it is best if the donation is mailed to our US office. Please include a slip of paper saying what the donation is for, and who it is from.
All correspondence (other than US financial or US address changes) should be sent to:
Northern Canada Evangelical Mission (NCEM)
PO Box 3030
Prince Albert, SK S6V 7V4
In the United States please make all checks payable to:
Northern Canada Evangelical Misson (NCEM)
PO Box 50806
Billings, MT 59105-0806
(Preauthorized) Electronic Funds Transfer
No more cheques to write!
You can have your donations automatically transferred to NCEM each month. Receipts can be mailed to you either monthly, quarterly, or annually as you prefer. To get set up to send your donations electronically, all you need to do is fill out the EFT Authorization Form and return it to NCEM (or simply send us a void cheque).
In the USA, “ACH” is available (electronic funds transfer). This is available only for regular monthly giving (i.e., not for “one-time” or “quarterly” giving).
Click Here for a (pdf) copy of the EFT (ACH) Authorization Form (US).
If you are unable to download the form, please Contact Us.
For Canadian donors with personal online banking, you can use an option your bank may call “Email Money Transfer.”
Part 1: Follow directions on your banking web page, using email@example.com as recipient. You will be required to supply a security question and answer.
Part 2: You must send a separate message to NCEM, telling us the desired designation for your donation, and provide the answer to your security question. You may either phone us, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
There are no fees for this service other than the fee charged by your bank.
Credit card giving is available in Canada only.
Please phone our Headquarters Office 306-764-3388.
Note regarding all credit card donations:
NCEM departments/missionaries pay the 2.5% transaction fee charged by the credit card companies. Donor will receive a tax-deductible receipt for the full amount of the gift. If you are concerned about the cost of giving by credit card, you may consider initiating Electronics Funds Transfer (for ongoing giving), an email transfer (see above), or giving by cheque, money order or bank draft (for one-time gift).
You can donate online using your credit card. Click the “Donate Now” button below and you will be redirected to the CanadaHelps website.
Please note that this service is only available for Canadian donors.
You will have opportunity to choose an NCEM “Fund/Designation.” If you are giving to a specific NCEM worker’s fund, select “NCEM – Staff Support” and type missionary’s name in the “Message/Instructions” box.
You will receive your official receipt from CanadaHelps. If you desire an acknowledgement from NCEM, please provide your e-mail address.
Note regarding all CanadaHelps donations:
NCEM departments/missionaries pay the 3.9% transaction fee charged by CanadaHelps (CanadaHelps is an outside company providing online donation service for NCEM). Donor will receive a tax-deductible receipt for the full amount of the gift from CanadaHelps. If you are concerned about the cost of giving through CanadaHelps, you may consider initiating Electronics Funds Transfer (for ongoing giving), an email transfer (see above), or giving by cheque, money order or bank draft (for one-time gift).
Designated Giving Policy
Spending of funds is confined to NCEM Board/Officers approved programs and projects. Each contribution designated towards a Board/Officers approved program or project will be used as designated with the understanding that when the need for such a program or project has been met, or the Board/Officers have determined it cannot be completed, the remaining contributions designated for such program or project will be used where needed most.