Gift Ideas

Give someone the gift of investment. Invest in the future of WMU's missions and ministries. Invest in supporting those taking the gospel to all nations. Contributions to the WMU Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.

 
 
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WALK OF FAITH (BRICK PROJECT) | $250 or $500

[Supporting the Wanda Lee Joy Fund for national WMU's operational expenses] WMU's Walk of Faith is a new honor/memorial garden for the WMU missions community. Through the Walk of Faith we are creating a lasting tribute to those who have devoted their lives to fulfilling the Great Commission.

You are welcome to purchase a brick for an individual, your family, a church, or a missions group. Your brick will be part of the Walk of Faith in Birmingham, AL. 

 
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Lottie Moon Cookie Kit | $34

[Supporting the Vision Fund for national WMU's missions and ministry] When you give $34 to the Vision Fund sponsoring an hour of WMU ministry, you can also receive a Lottie Moon Cookie Kit to help you do ministry!

Kits include: 5 Lottie Moon Tea Cake Recipe Cards, a Fabric Bag with Lottie Moon Quote, 5x7 Lottie Moon Trunk and Quote Print, The Story of Lottie Moon's Trunk, 5 Lottie Moon Trunk and Quote Notecards with Envelopes, and more.

 
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Ann Judson Book | $30

[Supporting the Second Century Fund for women's leadership development] Explore the sacrifice, challenges, and joys of a life on mission through the biography of Ann Judson in The Extraordinary Story of Ann Hasseltine Judson: A Life Beyond Boundaries written by Rosalie Hall Hunt. 

Tracing the life of Ann from childhood through her untimely death, the history highlights the scholarship and work of the woman herself as a pioneering missionary, Bible translator, and ministry partner of her more spouse, Adoniram.

 
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Lottie Moon's Trunk cards (8 pack blank inside) | $34

[Supporting the Vision Fund for national WMU's missions and ministry] "How can I not speak when I know the words of life?" When Lottie Moon left to do missions work in China, she packed her necessary belongings in a large trunk packing clothes, shoes, and paper for writing letters. She also packed her famous tea cake recipe. For Lottie, that recipe was just as necessary as the clothes she would wear each day. It was the bridge to creating relationships with the people she would meet.

 
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WMU globe Fountain Print (8.5 x 11) |$30

[Supporting the WMU Foundation Unrestricted Fund to support the missions and ministry of the Foundation] The globe fountain is located in the lobby of the national WMU building in Birmingham, Alabama. It is a reminder each day of the work WMU sets out to do: to make disciples of Jesus who intentionally live on mission.