How to Donate to the OPC Committee on Diaconal Ministries

Ways to Donate:

Thank you for your interest in making a tax-deductible donation to the CDM.
Donate Online:
Donate by Mail:
Make check payable to “Orthodox Presbyterian Church” and designate as follows:
  • Kentucky Flood Fund (write “Kentucky Flood Fund” on check)
  • Ukraine Crisis Fund (write “Ukraine Crisis Fund” on check)
  • CDM General Fund (write “CDM” on check)
  • CDM Special Relief USA (write “CDM–Special Relief USA” on check)
  • General Disaster Response Fund (write “Disaster Response” on check)
  • COVID-19 Pandemic Response Fund (write “COVID-19” on check)
  • Designated Disaster Response Fund (write the name of the disaster on the check)
  • Refugee Ministry (write “Refugee Ministry” on check)
  • Persecuted Church (write “Persecuted Church” on check)
  • Medical Missions (write “Medical Missions” on check)
Mail to:
Committee on Diaconal Ministries
Orthodox Presbyterian Church
607 Easton Road, Bldg. E.
Willow Grove, PA 19090-2539

Thank you!

OPC CDM Standard Funds:

CDM General Fund:

The General Assembly of the OPC requests an annual contribution to the CDM General Fund from each congregation based on the number of its communicant members.
     Churches and individuals may also contribute directly to this Fund.

CDM – Special Relief USA:

The CDM receives contributions to come alongside families going through particularly difficult circumstances.

General Disaster Response Fund:

The General Disaster Response Fund receives contributions from churches and individuals for special ministries that arise due to major disasters

Designated Disaster Response Funds:

Designated Disaster Response Funds may be established to receive donations for specific disasters–such as a hurricane or tornado, etc.


While the CDM is committed to utilizing donations designated according to the desire of the donor, should needs expire before the funds are fully expended, the CDM retains the right and responsibility to repurpose remaining funds to other diaconal needs. The CDM is committed to utilizing donations designated for a specific disaster towards that disaster, on occasion a portion of the Designated Fund may remain long after the disaster response effort has concluded.
In that circumstance, the CDM has the following policies in place: 
  • Any Designated Disaster Response Funds that remain two years after the date of the disaster may be transferred to the General Disaster Response Fund.
  • Amounts in the General Disaster Response Fund over $50,000 may be transferred to the CDM General Fund.