NAAMC seeks to develop partnerships in collaboration with our four distinctives:

Equip  Resource  Network  Mobilize

We work with each partner to identify unique and valuable ways in forging mutually beneficial relationships. Below is a list of potential ways your organization can partner with NAAMC; the list is not exhaustive, and we welcome new opportunities for strategic partnerships. If you are interested in starting a conversation about the possibility of becoming a NAAMC partner, please contact us at

Potential Areas of Partnership

Resourcing Partner

  • Mission Awards Support – partners can pledge a certain amount annually to the various awards we offer to both long-term and short-term missionaries.
  • Conference Operation Support- partners can sponsor a certain amount towards NAAMC administrative & operational cost, marketing efforts, and venue expense.

Equipping Partners

  • Missions Training- partners can sponsor training programs for NAAMC conference attendees and network churches and ministries. This includes sponsoring NAAMC regional seminars/workshops conducted throughout the year.

Mobilizing Partners

  • Leadership Vision Trips- partners can support NAAMC in mobilizing short-term mission trips for pastors and leaders who are being introduced to the mission field for the first time.
  • Discovery Trips- partners can support NAAMC in mobilizing first-time missionaries to the field via short-term mission trips.

Networking Partners

  • Network & Marketing – partners work with NAAMC in producing marketing campaigns and networking events that promote the involvement of African Americans in missions.
  • Conference Enhancement Projects- partners work with NAAMC in providing products and services that will enhance the NAAMC conference experience.

Thanks to our partnerships, NAAMC is able to extend the legacy and increase the participation of sending people from every nation, tribe, and tongue into the mission field.

God invites each of us to participate in His kingdom work. Join SIM in making disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ in communities where He is least known.