The Society provides a number of means for supporters to make donations.
Call our office during working hours on:
To make a donation by check, please send it to:
Trinitarian Bible Society (USA)
927 Alpine Commerce Park
By Automatic Bank Draft
A regular donation to the Society can be set up by authorizing an automatic monthly bank draft. Please contact our office for more information.
By International Money Transfer
|Swift ID Code/BIC:
||Fifth Third Bank
If you choose this method, please ensure that your name is clearly identified on the payment information we receive, along with your Supporter/Membership Number (if known).
To whom we leave that which we cannot take with us when we leave this world (1 Timothy 6.7) is a very personal matter, to be considered prayerfully before the Lord. The future needs of one’s family will necessarily be paramount in such considerations and that is entirely Biblical (1 Timothy 5.8). However, some people do not have family or their family is already well-provided for, in which cases their attention will understandably turn elsewhere. And what better inheritance is there that could be left in this world than to contribute to the spread of the Word of God throughout the world? This is a legacy that is sure to be fruitful after we are gone, for we are told that ‘so shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it’ (Isaiah 55.11).
Leaving a legacy to a charity is a very efficient way to reduce or even eliminate the liability to inheritance tax (if applicable) on your estate—clearly each individual needs to take his or her own tax advice as this is a very complex area and each situation is unique. In order to leave a legacy you will need to make a will stating that the Society is a beneficiary; it would usually be wise to enlist the help of a attorney to do this. If you choose to leave a legacy to the Society, it is very important that the Society’s full name and address (whether that be the International Headquarters in London or one of our overseas branches) is correctly included, to avoid any ambiguity and the potential for legal disputes. Occasionally the Society is asked if it (or one of its officers) will take on the role of executor of a will, but we are unable to do that—executors need to be independent and it is often wise to name an attorney as one of the executors.