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Distribution of money to our church partners

Partnership is not a way for individuals to ask for donations.
Canon Law 10.7 Why paying dues to the EMMI Membership?
Part of the funds donated do indeed go to help those who are going through hard times. Spiritual leaders
have living expenses, and fellowships have operating expenses. Your donation goes towards meeting
those expenses. Paying Membership Due is part of your financial commitment for the survivance of the
Eric Michel Ministries International and members are a vital part of the association IAoC.
All along the year, from one Symposium (General Assembly) to the next Symposium, usually between
January 10 and February 20 of each year, we raise funds for our members in need.

The process is via memberships, training fees, and donations that we accumulate during that time. At
the Symposium, the church or para-church who need help to finance their activities make a request by
email or mail to the Board of Elders.

The Board will take the essential demands among the requests received and present it at the Symposium
where all the members will vote on which ones (could be more than one) depending on our finance who
will receive our help.
All Members  have a vote rights
  1. Affiliate member as 3 votes per organisation
  2. Associate member as 1 vote per organisation
  3. Non-member no vote
Donation Request Letter for:
  • Church Event
  • Church Building
  • Church Renovation
  • Youth Group
  • Food
On the request we need to see:
  1. Your Name
  2. Your Church’s Name
  3. Your Partnership ID
  4. The Complet Church Address including the country
  5. The Requesting Agent Address including the country
  6. Contact Email and Phone Number
  7. Description of the request
  8. Your Name
  9. Your Signature
To be send three months before the Symposium at:

Financing Request
Archbishop Eric Gagnon
Eric Michel Ministries International
Address: 78 George St  Suite 204 Ottawa, Ontario. Canada  K1N 5W1

Please consult our Canon Law for details.