Giving to National Capital Baptist Convention
Did you know…when you prepare your federal tax return, the IRS allows you to deduct the charitable giving you make to non-profit religious organizations. As long as you itemize your deductions, you can generally claim 100 percent of your NCBC donations as a deduction.
Thank you for supporting the missions, ministry, operations, and outreach of NCBC of Washington, DC & Vicinity. We appreciate you’re giving to support our work in the community, as we are a “The Convention That’s on the Move”.
Further, you are supporting our efforts that are impacting the community through Networking, Education, and Worship. You may designate your donation to go towards the general fund, disaster relief, designate a specific auxiliary, board or commission, further you may also take care of any membership obligations. You can use your mobile device/smartphone, computer or tablet, and we accept any major credit or debit care; furthermore, you can mail in your donation using a check or money order.
Online Transaction Policy
Donations by Check or Money Order
For payments made by check or money order (do not mail cash), please provide detailed information on who you are, your church or affiliated organization and the purpose for your donation and mail to:
National Capital Baptist Convention of Washington, DC & Vicinity (or NCBC)
PO Box 72
Lanham, MD 20703
Areas that you can support:
Monthly/Quarterly/Annual Giving (Parent Body)**
Campaign for Economic Development
Foreign Mission Board
Higher Education Scholarships
Home Mission Board
Laymen’s Movement Ushers & Nurses Auxiliary
Associate Ministers’ Division
Congress of Christian Education
Minister’s Wives/Widows Auxiliary
Information Technology Commission
Youth/Young Adult Department of NCCCE
Pastoral Care & Counseling Commission
National Capital Commission Foundation
*General Fund donations are directed toward the areas in most need.
** Monthly/Quarterly/Annual Giving donations to the Parent Body are counted towards your Annual Session Registration fees
Please note: that National Capital Baptist Convention of Washington, DC & Vicinity, Inc. is a non-profit religious organization as described in Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code making your contribution tax-deductible; further, by donating you acknowledge that no goods or services were provided in exchange for your contribution.