Help us help them
Our seafarer center can provide advice, someone to talk to, facilities
to contact home and a place where the men and women who visit our port can relax away from their ships. We have completed our hospitality center inside the port to offer services 24/7 just walking distance from the docks.
Grant funding and private donations resulted in over $45,000. THANK YOU ALL. The buildings were purchased outright and we have no debt. We had a successful grand opening and blessing on May 16, 2023. Over 80 people attended the event in the rain to support us. Another THANK YOU.
As this ministry becomes solid with a building, funds will become a necessity. Please consider us when you wish to make a charitable contribution. Scroll through the options below or reach out to us on our contact page.
As required by the IRS, we will mail a
formal acknowledgment letter for any donation of more than $250. Please provide the mailing address for us to send this important tax document. If a letter is needed for a smaller amount, please let us know. By law all letters must be mailed before January 31 of the year following the donation but we typically get them mailed within two weeks of receiving the donation.
Trusted for years, use your PayPal account, debit or credit card. Make a one time gift or a monthly donation. Click the donate button to be redirected to our PayPal donation page. Once there, you can designate how you want your donation directed through a drop down list. The default is building fund but there are other options, including Christmas at Sea.
Mail a check
Place your check in an envelope with correct postage and mail to our post office box. We will mail you a donation letter for your income taxes.
By Doug Bailey
Charitable contributions rank high on the list of tax season strategies. Consider us when talking with your financial advisor, planner, or accountant.
"If you are required to take retirement age-based required minimum distributions (RMDs) from tax deferred retirement accounts, a portion or all of the RMD can be transferred directly to a qualifying 501(c)(3) charity and eliminate the income due to the taxpayer on the amount transferred," said Outlook's Burnette. "For taxpayers that are regular charitable givers, this provides a very tax-efficient and favorable way to support the institutions and causes you are passionate about."