How to give
Your donations are a lifeline to those around the world who have lost so much because of their love for Jesus. God is working powerfully in places where faith costs the most and Open Doors is on the ground in more than 65 countries where Christians face persecution.
Whether you choose to give on a regular, monthly basis, or as a one-off donation, we thank you for your generosity that enables Christians and churches to stand firm. And so do your persecuted brothers and sisters around the world.
Giving from the Republic of Ireland
Help us plan ahead and cut administration costs by setting up an Standing Order (via the Irish Missions Agencies Partnership) for a monthly donation.
If you live in the Republic of Ireland, you can give to Open Doors (via the Irish Missions Agencies Partnership) from your paypal account.
To make a donation over the phone with a credit or debit card simply call our Belfast office on +44 (0)28 9075 1080.
Help us plan ahead and cut administration costs by giving on a monthly basis.
One off donations
Your one-off gift will get much-needed supplies and support to persecuted Christians.
Please make Cheques/Postal Orders payable to Open Doors UK and post them to us at PO Box 6, Witney, Oxon OX29 6WG.
To make a donation over the phone with a credit or debit card simply call us on 01993 460015 from 8:30am to 6pm, Monday to Thursday and 8:30am to 5pm on Friday.
And don't forget to Gift Aid all your donations so we receive an extra 25 per cent on top of your gift without any charge to you!
You can print off your Gift Aid Declaration form and send it to us.
Tax relief on charitable giving
Leaving a legacy
Leaving a gift in your Will is one of the most powerful ways you can give to future generations of persecuted Christians.
As a UK taxpayer, when you donate shares to Open Doors you can now claim the full value of the gift on your tax return. This can benefit Open Doors with up to five times the after tax value of the gift you give.
The ideal way to make a lasting contribution to the persecuted church is by making the most of tax relief on charitable trusts.
Opening a Charity Account
Open a charity account to organise how you support charities with these handy intermediary service providers:
Stewardship supports a community of generous givers - people who are passionate about resourcing God's kingdom and making an impact.
Charities Aid Foundation (CAF)
CAF make giving simpler and more effective so you can plan how you give.
Payroll giving is a flexible scheme for UK tax payers that makes it easy to give regularly on a tax-free basis to the charities and good causes of your choice.