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Your Donations Mean the World to Us

At CultureBound, our mission is to provide intercultural and language training for missionaries, churches and short-term mission workers, international business people, and individuals who need the tools to help them quickly and safely engage with their new cultures.

Because of your generous support of CultureBound, we have the privilege to provide those tools and be the advocates in hundreds of intercultural journeys.

But we can’t do it without the cultural exchange of your time in prayer on our behalf and the investment of your treasure that affords our ministry the resources to help others preparing to serve other cultures — across the fence and around the world. So thank you for providing CultureBound with your thoughtful and much-needed financial support.

Click the above button to donate digitally, or send a check to

PO Box 1138
Monument, CO 80132


CultureBound is a 501[c]3 nonprofit organization and your donations are tax-deductible. 

To ensure accountability to contributors, CultureBound is a Member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) and is annually audited.

Donating Stocks

Giving the gift of stock to CultureBound has benefits for you the giver. If the stock has appreciated in value, you can avoid paying the capital gains tax by giving it as a gift. For more information on donating stocks to CultureBound, contact us at


Over the decades, CultureBound — formerly WorldView or the Institute for International Christian Communication — has had the privilege of equipping thousands of individuals preparing to enter a new culture. If you are one of our alumni, we genuinely want to continue in our relationship with you. We’ve put together a Facebook group just for you, where you can continue to ask questions, share updates, and reconnect with your culture & language trainers.  Click below for redirection to our Facebook page!


CultureBound is pleased to partner with organizations and businesses around the world through joint projects, sharing staff, and training for one another’s personnel. We would welcome new members to this network of intercultural and second language trainers.