Grassroots Financial Campaign and National Baptist Day, November 4, 2012

October 3, 2012

National Baptist Day - November 4, 2012

Join us for National Baptist Day, a day to celebrate the National Baptist Convention, Inc., its past, its present and promising future.  District Associations throughout the nation will be hosting this event, most on November 4th and some on alternate dates.

What is The Grassroots Financial Campaign?

National Baptist Day is part of The Grassroots Financial Campaign, a Convention-wide effort to build financial stability while educating and involving our members in the work of the Convention. The National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. is one of the nation's largest African-American denominational organizations with members spanning the United States and into Nassau, Bahamas and Germany. Together we serve as a powerful witness, resource and influence for our member churches and the world. We encourage our member churches and district associations to support the Grassroots Financial Campaign. Your support of this campaign not only impacts our Convention today but can propel our Convention in making an impact for years to come.  Our goal is simple:  raise funds for our urgent financial needs by having each member of a National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc. church give at least $5.00. 

How to Make Your Donation

For payments made by check or money order (do not mail cash), please provide information on who you are and your church or affiliated organization.   Make your check or money order payable to National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.   Be sure to write, "Grassroots Campaign" on the notes line of the check or money order.  Mail to:

National Baptist Convention, USA, Inc.
Attention: Grassroots Campaign
1700 Baptist World Center Drive
Nashville, TN  37207

For More Information:

Visit http://www.nbcgrassroots.com for more information or CLICK HERE to download important information about how you can participate in and promote The Grassroots Financial Campaign and National Baptist Day, November 4, 2012.

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