Other ways to give

Besides online giving, we offer several other donation options. Whatever option you choose, you can count on ERRF to use your donation wisely.

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planned givingPlanned giving

CFCCombined Federal Campaign

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Use either link above to give to ERRF online now.

Please note that “RALLY/PIRYX” will appear on your credit card statement, NOT Emergency Relief Response Fund. Using this service saves us time, money and helps us fund more programs!
Thank you for your help!

Combined Federal Campaign

Through our association with the Christian Service Charities federation, Emergency Relief Response Fund receives support from employees of the federal government through the Combined Federal Campaign.  Our membership number is 10526. 

To participate in the Combined Federal Campaign, Emergency Relief Response Fund must meet requirements set forth by the federal government and belong to a federation. Christian Service Charities federation was founded in 1994 to unite and represent Christian charities in workplace fundraising drives. Each charity within the Christian Service Charities federation has fulfilled specific criteria for membership, including a stringent legal and financial review. To learn more about the Christian Service Charities, please click here to go to CSC’s home page.

If you are a federal employee, or know someone who is, it’s easy to support the work of Emergency Relief Response Fund by designating your workplace contribution to Emergency Relief Response Fund, number 10526 in the CFC. 

Workplace campaigns

Workplace campaigns, such as the United Way, corporate, or state employee campaigns, are convenient methods of supporting the work of Emergency Relief Response Fund and its affiliates. Many employers conduct workplace fund drives to encourage their employees to support worthy causes. Through the convenience of payroll deduction, donors can spread their contribution across an entire year. Most campaigns will allow you to designate your donation to your favorite organization. Emergency Relief Response Fund has registered with most United Way campaigns, and with the Combined Federal Campaign for federal employees. We are doing business with the CFC and United Way under the name of Emergency Relief Response Fund, an official dba of World-Wide Missions.


Helping suffering people

Emergency Relief Response Fund is an outreach of World-Wide Missions seeking to alleviate human suffering in times of great crisis by providing food, clothing, medical help, temporary shelter, and other emergency efforts supporting life.

Your gift of:

  • $25 will buy water purification tablets to prevent waterborne diseases
  • $50 will provide a tent, tarps, mosquito netting, or other temporary shelter.
  • $100 will feed a family overseas for one month.
  • $500, combined with other donations, will allow us to ship a container of food, clothing, and medical supplies to people in great need.
  • $1,000 will help dig a new well in a country where people are dying from drinking impure water.

General donations

General donations are a vital part of ERRF’s ability to offer hope and love and the message of the gospel to needy people worldwide. Anyone can make a general donation to Emergency Relief Response Fund by using either of these options:

  1. Use our online donation program.
  2. Write a personal check and mail it to Emergency Relief Response Fund.

Mail your donation to:

Emergency Relief Response Fund

P.O. Box 8338

Redlands, CA 92375-1538

Planned giving through bequests, charitable trusts and other estate planning tools

Over the years Emergency Relief Response Fund has benefited from those who have made special provisions in their estate plans to support ERRF. Most planned gifts come from individuals who have made a provision in their will or other estate plans that designate either a fixed amount or a percentage of their estate. However, there are numerous planned gift options that can have profound tax implications benefitting both your estate and Emergency Relief Response Fund. We strongly encourage anyone interested in supporting Emergency Relief Response Fund through a planned gift to consult with their financial advisor and/or tax attorney.


Below is a list of some of the options available to donors making a gift through their will to Emergency Relief Response Fund.

  • Outright gifts
  • Bequests
  • Annuities
  • IRA, 401(k) and 403(b) designations
  • Life insurance gifts
  • Gifts of real estate, tangible and intangible items
  • Other planned giving options