Donate to CAMM
African life is difficult...the children suffer the most and many of them are desperate for basic medical care. For many this is provided by CAMM at little or sometimes no cost to them...THANKS TO OUR SUPPORTERS!
The Central Africa Medical Mission operates solely on donations. We trust in the grace of God to open the hearts of WELS congregations, ladies’ groups, schools, and individuals to provide the necessary funds to continue serving the people of Zambia and Malawi. Every dollar received goes to the efforts of our Christ centered medical missions.
Many groups like to send charitable items, like pill bottles, layettes, blankets and hats to our fields in Africa. The cost of postage to send even a small box to Africa can be costly for the group sending the items. CAMM is very appreciative of these gifts, and feels the goods outweigh the cost, as many of these items are not available in Africa.
However, there is an equal need for financial support to fund the CAMM budget for necessities. Medications and fuel are necessities, along with supplemental maize, nutrients, infant formula, travel and salaries. Our staffs take pride in knowing how to stretch every dollar to its limit.
Along with monetary support, we also suggest service projects or other activities to raise funds for the support of the Central Africa Medical Mission.
By purchasing supplies in Zambia and Malawi, as opposed to buying it in the States and sending it to Africa, the Central Africa Medical Mission also infuses money into the local economies. Many items are available to purchase in the field, and in fact are actually better sourced there.
Donations may be made by:
Payable to Central Africa Medical Mission
and Mailed to:
(This is intended for monetary donations only and CANNOT accept packages. Please email our Contact Woman Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to send a package.)
or Donate to CAMM online:
by Credit card or direct checking withdrawal:
Click here to Donate Online. This is a secure link within the WELS synod.