Voices Of The World Speaking for those who cannot speak for themselves

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Thank you for your desire to support our team in Mozambique. We need all the help we can get in making sure we get them there and help them stay.

You may donate to them via credit or debit card through this website. Just fill out the short form below and click on the “Donate” button and you will be taken to our secure Paypal donation portal. If you’d prefer to make a one time donation, click on the “One Time Donation” button below.

If you would prefer to donate by check, it should be made out to “Voices of the World” or “VOTW”.

Voices of the World is registered as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the United States of America and all donations are tax-deductible.  Voices of the World can be found listed on IRS.gov here.

We don’t have any overhead or administration costs so you can know that your support is going directly to our missionaries and their ministry. All VOTW staff are volunteers and this is our way of supporting them beyond our finances.

For people who are willing to commit to a monthly amount we are suggesting $50. By no means is this a set number and we are glad to partner with you or anyone else for any amount.

You can send any contribution or even letters and encouragement for the Hellers or to Ian at:

Voices of the World
20595 S. 187th Way
Queen Creek, AZ 85142

And we will make sure it gets to them wherever they are.

If you would like to know more or if you would like to support what Voices of the World is doing, please feel free to contact us by email:


Below are the two methods of support via credit or debit card

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If you would like to make a one time donation instead of a recurring one, click on the “One Time Donation” link below and fill out the form on our secure Paypal portal.

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