Spring Break Missions

2018 Spring Break Mission Trip Application

>>this is a WORD document– download it, fill it out, and send it to jjohnson@georgiasouthernbcm.com<<

We are taking two teams over spring break….

(our Puerto Rico Team is already full — if you are on the team or want to give to the team, you can pay below… the other team is our…)

“ROAD RULES” team across the USA —destination:  mission revealed on a day to day basis!!.   This is going to be an awesome trip that you don’t want to miss!  We are going to SERVE, so be prepared…. but part of the fun is the unknown?!>!>>??!!  come and be a part of this once in a lifetime experience…   first come, first serve…. the first 27 students who sign up!

fill out your application, send it to dblackburn.bcm@gabaptist.org or tylerhoffpauir@gmail.com and pay your deposit of $20 NOW! (below)

 

 


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GIFTS TO ROAD RULES TEAM:

Thank you for helping our Road Rules Mission Team.  Each Team Member is expected to raise at least $150.  You can donate to the team in the name of any of the team members or just to the team generally.  For the gift to considered tax deductible, it cannot be designated to an individual* (in plain terms, this means that if the student named doesn’t go on the trip for any reason, the money has already been given and cannot be refunded).




 

GIFTS TO PUERTO RICO DISASTER RELIEF MISSION TEAM:

Thank you for helping our Puerto Rico Disaster Relief Mission Team.  Each Team Member is expected to raise at least $800.  You can donate to the team in the name of any of the team members or just to the team generally.  For the gift to considered tax deductible, it cannot be designated to an individual* (in plain terms, this means that if the student named doesn’t go on the trip for any reason, the money has already been given and cannot be refunded)



 

 

*If contributions to a fund are earmarked by the donor for a particular individual, they are treated, in effect, as being gifts to the designated individual and are not deductible. However, a deduction (may be) allowable where it is established that a gift is intended by a donor for the use of the organization and not as a gift to an individual. The test in each case is whether the organization has full control of the donated funds, and discretion as to their use, so as to insure that they will be used to carry out its functions and purposes.