2022 Contribution Deadlines
The South Carolina Baptist Convention will recognize contributions toward the 2022 year if they are:
- Hand delivered contributions received at the SC Baptist Convention building by noon on Thursday, December 22.
- Online contributions received through our website with a transaction date on or before December 31.
- Mailed contributions postmarked on or before December 31 AND received in our PO Box by January 7.
Ways To Give
You can make a check payable to the South Carolina Baptist Convention and mail it to: PO Box 212999, Columbia, SC 29221-2999. Please include a completed Contribution Form. You may request one by clicking the button below.
Bill pay allows your bank to send us a paper check from your bank account. Please include the following information when setting up the transaction so it will be printed on the check:
Recipient Name: South Carolina Baptist Convention
Recipient Address: PO Box 212999, Columbia, SC 29221-2999
Recipient Phone: (803) 765 - 0030
Account Number: [Your 7-Digit Numeric SBC ID #]
Memo Section of the Check: Include a specific designation (i.e. Cooperative Program). This will tell us how to direct your contributions.
Quarterly Giving Statement
A statement of church contributions is mailed to each church treasurer after the close of each quarter and a statement is mailed to the Pastor at the close of the calendar year. You can also request a statement for a particular date range by submitting the form using the button below.
When contributing by check, please include a completed Contribution Form. We can provide your church with a master copy of the form.
If your church contributed to the Cooperative Program through the South Carolina Baptist Convention during the previous calendar year, we can provide you with a 501(c)(3) letter. This letter can be used to prove your exemption from Federal taxes and your Not-For-Profit status with the IRS. Please note that churches are not exempt from paying Sales and Use Tax in South Carolina. Churches may apply for an exemption on items they plan to resale to the public using Form ST-10 and churches may be eligible to limit the amount of sales tax paid on musical instruments and office equipment using Form ST-382. Please visit https://dor.sc.gov for more information.
Church Name Change
Has your church recently changed its name or merged with another church? In order for us to change the name in our database, you need to change the church’s legal name with the IRS.
The South Carolina Baptist Convention is a registered 501(c)(3) organization. Contributions to the South Carolina Baptist Convention are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. Our tax identification number is 57-0360087.
This service that you perform is not only supplying the needs of the Lord's people but is also overflowing in many expressions of thanks to God.
2 Corinthians 9:12