Your Support Matters!
Donors are a very important part of the ministry of NBC. About a third of the costs of running this College are covered by the gifts of donors. Thank you for the blessing you are to NBC through your prayers, donations, and physical participation.
NBC makes every possible effort to keep student expenses at an affordable rate. Students pay approximately two-thirds of the total cost of their education. The remainder is covered by the sacrificial giving of God’s people who believe in the work of the College.
NBC is not affiliated with any particular denomination, nor do we receive government funding, though students are eligible for government Student Loans.
If you would like to give to a specific project, give a Gift-in-Kind, or leave a Legacy Gift, please contact the College and talk to Kendall Willson for more information.
Pre-Authorized Monthly Gifts
NBC's pre-authorized gift program is called "Many Hands". For more information click on the form button below.
You can set up a regularly recurring gift by automated bank withdrawals, credit card transactions, or post-dated cheques.
Give by e-transfer
NBC accepts e-transfers as a way for you to make donations.
Give by Mail
You can give by mailing a cheque or money order to:
Nipawin Bible College
Nipawin, SK S0E 1E0
Give by Phone
You can donate through credit card by phoning NBC's office at:
There are two ways to donate online: through PayPal or CanadaHelps.org. Both are secure sites which are affiliated with the major financial institutions of Canada.
Donate directly with CanadaHelps through the form on the right.
The button below will take you directly to the NBC PayPal accounts where you can securely give with your credit card, debit card or PayPal account.
Click the button below to read more about CanadaHelps.
Donate with CanadaHelps
Spending of funds is confined to programs and projects approved by the organization. Should a donor choose to restrict a contribution for use in a particular program or project, we will honour that restriction, with the understanding that, when the need for such a program or project has been met or cannot be completed for any reason as determined by the organization, the remaining restricted contributions will be used where most needed.