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“When I first visited the DRC, my heart was broken. I assured the church leaders that when people in my church and other churches in the U.S. heard their stories their hearts would be broken as well. We are doing what we can to respond to what churches leaders in the DRC have invited us to do. But we need the help of many. As you hear their stories and learn of their suffering, I trust you will join us as an answer to their prayers. Will you respond to the suffering of our brothers and sisters and contribute to a bright future of restored lives, strengthened churches, and a thriving nation?” -Robert L. Briggs

There are many ways you can make a difference:

Give online or mail a check

You can give using your credit card here. Or, if you prefer, you can mail your check to:

Restoring Hope Ministries
411 March Street
Easton, PA 18042

You will receive a tax-deductible receipt along with your thank you letter for your donation.

Give monthly

It’s easy to set up a recurring gift to save time and effort. You may give monthly by setting up an automatic donation. To start your recurring gift, click donate and choose “monthly donation frequency”.

Match your gift

Many companies offer matching gift programs to their employees. Check with your employer to find out if your company matches employees’ gifts to charitable nonprofit organizations; you may be able to double or even triple your donation to RHM.

Bequests and other special gifts

You can create a legacy of hope for vulnerable victims of war through a bequest or other special gift to RHM. You don’t need to be wealthy to make a lasting impact. Talk with your financial or estate planning professional to find out how to plan a gift to benefit you and your family while creating a lasting legacy for our brothers & sisters suffering in DRC.

Your Action Matters!

Your donation helps support any of the following areas in need.

c2ctraining2
C2C Training Center

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Bibles & Hymnals

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Pastoral Transportation

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Brick Making Business

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Seminary

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