Partner With EEM Financially

Each year, EEM provides hundreds of thousands of Bibles and pieces of Biblical literature in more than 20 languages to nations of the former Communist Bloc. These materials are provided to individuals, mission churches, campaign groups and other organizations related to the Church that teach God’s Word in former communist nations.

EEM also provides Biblical literature to families, children in youth camps, public universities, public schools, public libraries, prisons, hospitals, orphanages and anywhere else Bibles are needed…all free to the recipients.

EEM is grateful for financial partners like you.

Ways To Give

By Check

Please mail to:

Eastern European Mission
P.O. Box 670928
Dallas, TX 75367

By Phone

You can also donate by calling EEM at 1-800-486-1818.

IRA Rollover

If you are at least 701/2 years of age, you can give to EEM from your IRA and reduce your tax liability. For more info, visit or call our office at 1-800-486-1818. Contact your IRA administrator to set up the rollover.

Gifts of Stock, Bonds or Securities

EEM is happy and able to accept gifts of stocks and bonds.  Click here to learn more

Memorials and Honors

To make a donation in memory or in honor of someone, click here.

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*Recurring donations are scheduled for the 15th of the month. Please select the date for your donations to begin.



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Ukrainian Daily Bible

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Your donation is securely processed by our nonprofit partner, Charity Payment Solutions, with a 3% transaction fee to cover credit card and other fees. Please consider adding an additional 3% so 100% of your donation amount goes to EEM.

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In the event a particular effort is oversubscribed, EEM will allocate funds to provide Bibles and biblical literature to other families and children in Russia, Ukraine and Eastern Europe.

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