WEC International makes no public appeal for funds. We believe that God will provide for our needs. Supply is through churches or individuals being prompted to give – or by many and varied other means! This way of working means our expansion and outreach are not restricted by fixed budgets or fund-raising campaigns but by God’s guidance and promises.
If you don’t appeal for funds, where does the money come from?
No WEC members receive any salary from WEC, but each national HQ (or Sending Base) channels whatever funds are sent. Many individuals and churches give money to WEC UK’s General Fund. Others prefer to give to individual workers or projects.
How much support will a WEC worker have to raise in order to work with WEC?
WEC International in the UK currently has no required level of support that workers need to raise, but guidelines for living costs are available, including any expected contributions to be made in the team or area of ministry. We trust together that if God has called them, he will supply their needs.
What about administration, maintenance, publicity and travel costs?
No appeals are made for Sending Base costs. All WEC workers from the UK contribute a small sum each month to cover essential UK Sending Base administrative costs, as an expression of our fellowship principle.
We trust the Lord for gifts to cover other needs such as personal support, administration, maintenance, publicity, travel costs, etc. Because we all operate on the same financial principles, fellowship becomes more meaningful and we seek to help one another financially where necessary.
How can I give?
You can give online, or send a donation by post, or set up a regular donation, and if you are a UK taxpayer, you could GiftAid your donation.
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WEC International is a registered charity nos. 237005 & SCO37715