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You can use this form to make credit card donations to Facing Africa to help us fund our missions to Ethiopia.

We accept all major credit cards and debit cards and this service is processed and regulated by WorldPay for maximum security. Alternatively, you can donate using Just Giving, if you prefer.

If you are a UK taxpayer, you can help us more by providing a GiftAid statement. Through the GiftAid scheme, we can reclaim the tax (25%) on your donation, making it worth almost a third more to us.

If you would like to consider making a regular donation then please use the Standing Order Mandate. This should be completed in full and sent to us and we will forward the form to your bank.

If you are a US citizen you can make a Donor Advised Gift through CAF America: download Donor Advised Gifts with CAFAmerica Information and the CAFAmerica Facing Africa Gift Form.

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