R.A.U. Has Been Granted 501 c3 Tax Exempt Status!

Reaching Africa’s Unreached (RAU) has just received notification from the IRS that it has been granted its 501 c3, tax exempt status as a charitable organization.  This means donors can now give to R.A.U.  charitable donations by credit card or check and receive a tax deduction. We are grateful to the Lord for the favor He has shown to us in moving upon the IRS to grant Reaching Africa’s Unreached this tax exempt status.

This is a section from our  Donation page:

“…R.A.U.  is grateful for all financial gifts! We commit to faithfully use these gifts to extend Christ’s work in Northern Uganda, Southern Sudan, and Northeastern Democratic Republic of Congo and regions to the North.

It is our desire that any gifts given to R.A.U. would not compromise what you are  ALREADY giving to your local church or to foreign missions .  To get the gospel to the unreached will take sacrificial giving on the part of all God’s people. May we all walk faithfully in the spirit of 2 Corinthians 8 & 9 so that our Lord God is worshiped by men and women from every tongue , tribe, people, and nation!

Charitable Donations may  be made via PayPal. PayPal also has the option for an ongoing monthly gifts. You may click on their link below. PayPal deducts  a small amount from each gift as a processing fee. All charitable gifts given through PayPal are now tax deductible as Reaching Africa’s Unreached has 501 c3 tax exempt status as a charitable organization.  If you wish to write a check you may write it out to R.A.U. and mail it to Lifegate Missions, 395 Lifegate Ln., Seguin Texas 78155.

*If you have questions on donations please email Jacob Lee at JacobLeeRAU@gmail.com

“Saving souls can be likened to a man drowning in a deep well and a
volunteer can do nothing unless there are people who will hold the rope for him
to be lowered till he reaches the drowning man, and then pull them up to
safety… I will go to India as a volunteer to seek
sinners drowning in the well of Sin. But I can’t do it alone. I need rope

William Carey~ Father of Modern Missions

“This is the mission of God. Missionary martyrs going, financial martyrs sending; and all of us praying and working together, for the gospel and the glory of God to be known and enjoyed by all peoples.”

David Sitton