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Global missions needs a movement of people who are financially willing to support those who go. Giving through GoCorps is a way to invest both in the mentoring and development of Christian young adults as well as in the unreached and oppressed overseas!

 

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Giving Options

Invest in GoCorps and partner with us to help this generation overcome the most significant barriers to using their degree globally for two years! Gifts of all levels are needed and greatly appreciated.  Please see below for the ways that you can contribute to the GoCorps general fund, loan forgiveness fund or to the ministry of one of our staff members. All contributions are tax deductible. To maximize your gift, give through automatic monthly contributions or check (credit cards and paypal both charge transaction fees).

Thank you for your partnership!

Questions? Email donorservices@gocorps.org

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For your giving convenience, there are five ways to give:

  1. Automatic Monthly Contributions: Set up automatic payments from your checking or savings account here.

     
    Are you already giving to GoCorps and need to make a change (bank, discontinue, etc)? Make changes to your automatic giving here
     

  2. Pay by Check: Send a check payable to 'GoCorps' to:
    GoCorps
    6736 Regent Ave N
    Brooklyn Center, MN 55429
     
  3. Credit Card (one time): Credit Card Contribution form
     
  4. PayPal/Credit Card/Debit Card (one time and recurring):


     

  5. Donate stock or learn about planned giving by contacting donorservices@gocorps.org

Make Changes to your Giving

Are you already giving to GoCorps and need to make a change (bank, discontinue, etc)? Make changes to your automatic giving here.

 

Learn About Our Giving Levels

Learn how your giving mobilizes Goers and enables gospel conversations among the unreached here.

Giving FAQ

To make changes to your automatic monthly deduction (ACH payments) to GoCorps, simply fill out the Make Changes to Giving form.
Contributions to GoCorps through your checking account – whether it’s an automatic ACH monthly deduction, through your bank’s billpay system or through a good old fashioned hand filled out check – do not carry any fees and so they the preferred method of contribution.

 

It is possible, however, to give contributions with your credit card. This is done through a Paypal account. You can follow the Paypal link on our Giving page to give in this way. Note: If you don’t already have one, you will need to create a Paypal account with your credit card linked to it.

Yes. GoCorps is a federally recognized 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization. Any charitable contribution to GoCorps is tax-deductible.
GoCorps is a member of ECFA. Also, our IRS 990 forms can be found and reviewed at websites like GuideStar or Charity Navigator. GoCorps’ EIN # is 27-4096814.
Your gift helps GoCorps to:
  • help provide much needed student debt assistance funds for our Goers
  • find candidates for overseas service
  • coach them through the application and screening process
  • train them in vital ministry preparation
  • off-set administrative/infrastructure costs
If you’re making a one-time, quarterly or annual contribution:

Send a check to...

GoCorps 6736 Regent Ave N Brooklyn Center, MN 55429

If you’re making a monthly contribution, consider an automatic deduction (ACH) from your bank account using this online form.

Both these options maximize your gift by reducing administrative costs to GoCorps (such as paypal and credit card fees).

While the general fund gives us the greatest flexibility to put funds where most needed, we do have some exciting special projects to fund. Please contact Paul Van Der Werf (paul@gocorps.org), the Executive Director, to learn more about these projects. Also, if you know one of our staff, you can support their ministry endeavors through GoCorps.

Featured Goer Story

Your contributions help us send Goers to serve and make a difference, like this…

The Gospel and the Mountain Mushroom Farmer and His Wife

Posted on December 20, 2019

How Goers are bringing the Gospel to one of the remotest places on the planet

How do Buddhists who live in the remotest regions of the Himalayas who have never heard the name of Jesus come to know Christ’s love? In the case of Tarn and Soriah, an alpine mushroom farmer and his wife, God used their hospitality to a Goer named Anna...

After graduating from Belhaven University in 2018, Anna decided to move from her home in the heart of the bible belt to join four other recent grads to help run a trekking tour company started by an American missionary.

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Testimonials

See what others are saying about GoCorps.

Andy

Goer Alum, Class of 2012

Refugee Outreach in the Middle East

One of the biggest takeaways from my service overseas was a deeper sense of surrender to God for the remainder of my life, in addition to an excitement for pursuing the building of the Kingdom above all other pursuits. I grew up with the expectation from my family and society that I would pursue the American dream, without deviating from that path. This two year deviation has served to reveal how joyless that path is, and revealed the joy of a life focused on serving the Lord. In addition, on a very practical level, I grew skills like organization, effective communication, innovation, quick thinking, and problem solving through my experience. I had to navigate difficult situations that many people in my industry never will, giving me an edge over my peers.

Jake & Amber

Goers, Class of 2018

We were deeply involved with Campus Outreach during our undergraduate studies. Through CO we learned the value that believing community has in helping us to discern God's will. We also developed a passion for discipleship, learned about God's heart for all peoples of the earth, and we grew in a conviction that there are MANY ways to be involved in God's global purpose. GoCorps helped us find our place in God's global work while continuing to grow in and embrace those values. They got to know us before helping us find a team that was a good fit; they invested in us as we prepared to launch out; and they connected us with an organization using creative strategies to do discipleship among the unreached. We are so thankful to GoCorps and recommend that anyone considering overseas work connect with them.

Jenny

Goer Alum, Class of 2011
Anti Human Trafficking worker in Cambodia

In college, you think you know what your passions and skill sets are. But my role with GoCorps let me see what my passions and skills really were, as well as which ones I wanted to strengthen and sharpen. Serving helped me to specifically identify the areas I need more training. It was really important that I did not go to grad school right after college. At that stage, it was all too theoretical. My two years with GoCorps completely transformed the training in grad school. Now, my studies are so much more enriched because I have real faces and real stories that can flesh out the theory.