How To Support the AFCU
The operation of the AFCU and its member churches depends upon support from its many friends. You may designate that your gift is for the AFCU or a specific church. Gifts to the AFCU support its operation and may be used to support the individual churches as needed. Also, if you wish, you may designate your gift is for an endowment fund to support a specific church. The endowment fund investments are professionally managed and distributions from them may not exceed 5% of their value annually.
Donate with Credit Card or PayPal
You may donate directly to these funds by using your Credit Card or PayPal via the AFCU PayPal account. On the next page, where it says “Use this donation for” please use the drop-down menu (shown below) to indicate how you wish to designate your donation.
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American Church in Berlin (ACB)
American Church in Berlin Endowment Fund
American Church in Paris (ACP)
American Church in Paris Endowment Fund
Vienna Community Church (VCC)
Vienna Community Church Endowment Fund
American and Foreign Christian Union (AFCU).
Multiple Recipients (Please see Special Instructions)
Special Instructions - If your gift is for multiple recipients, please use the note area after you have indicated your donation to designate the purpose and the amount for each recipient.
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If you wish to donate in $ U.S. Dollars, please use the following button.
If you wish to donate in € EURO, please use the following button.
Send a Check
Contributions may be mailed to:American & Foreign Christian Union
2885 Sanford Ave. SW #29934
Grandville, MI 49418
If you wish to donate stock, either by mail or electronically, please contact the AFCU Treasurer at the above address or via email at email@example.com to obtain a form.
American Church in Paris Donor Board
Cumulative gifts totaling $5000 or more that support the endowment or capital needs of the American Church in Paris are acknowledged, donor permitting, on the donor board located in the narthex of the American Church in Paris. The board, entitled "Faith for the Future" is shown above.