Ways to Donate
Thank you for your interest in ABPnews/Herald and our mission: to provide credible and compelling information about matters of faith. We are a donor-supported, nonprofit news organization. We rely on the support of people like you who look to us for reliable news reporting, compelling features and engaging commentary.
For more information about our ministry and how we are funded, visit our About page.
The Annual Fund is the backbone of our financial support. Donations to this fund, together with contributions from others, help underwrite the cost of news gathering, reporting and editing. They support the website, the companion blog and the social media tools that enable us to deliver our content directly, quickly and free of charge to readers worldwide.
The Herald Legacy Initiative offers a way to help perpetuate the values and legacy of The Religious Herald following its merger with ABPnews, effective Jan. 1, 2014. It is a two-year endeavor to sustain and build upon the financial investment of former subscribers and donors to this influential, 185-year-old newsjournal.
Persons who make a commitment to the Legacy Initiative automatically become members of the Annual Fund.
Tribute or Memorial Donations
Honor a family member or a friend. Just check the appropriate box on the online donation form.
Make a donation now using our secure online donation form. Give now.
Donate by Mail
Contact Ann Richardson, our development assistant, to request a Donation/Pledge Form. Ann will send you the form and a return envelope. This is the best way to ensure that your donation is recorded accurately.
(Be sure to include your name and mailing address.)
Phone: 800.340.6626, ext 5
To make a one-time donation by mail, send your check, payable to ABPnews/Herald , to:
P.O. Box 23769
Jacksonville, FL 32241-3769
Donate by Phone
To donate by phone with your credit card, call Barbara Francis at 800-340-6626, ext. 8,. Please have your credit card on hand.
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Your gifts are deductible to the full extent of the law.
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