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Join Us in Equipping the Church!

When you invest in Chalmers, you’re investing in churches and ministries all over the globe—and in the lives of the people they serve.

All over the world, people in poverty are finding hope and restoration in local churches.

Jasmine has one of these stories. Without a job, she struggled to make ends meet. She wanted to work, but lacked the skills and confidence to shine in interviews.

Through her church, Jasmine got into a Work Life jobs-preparedness class through Clerestory, Inc.—just one of many ministries the Chalmers Center has trained in this quality programming. Today, she works at a local restaurant where she continues to grow and flourish.

Local churches like Jasmine’s have a unique role to play in restoring the brokenness at the roots of poverty. The Chalmers Center provides the tools and training churches need to do this work faithfully.

Work Life gave me a platform to build confidence and learn how to connect with people. It prepared me to interview and succeed at my job.”

Jasmine Brown, Work Life participant

Jasmine Brown
Work Life Participant

Our goal is to raise $50,000 to equip local churches by December 31st, 2019.

Our work is made possible through support from partners like you. Will you make your gift today?

We’ve equipped thousands of churches and nonprofits to help people in poverty in biblical, effective ways. With your help, we can go even further!

80 cents or more of each dollar you give will support the Chalmers Center’s programs.

Whether you send $50 to this request or are able to commit to $500 a month, every dollar given will be invested in equipping local churches and ministries to address the broken relationships at the root of poverty.

ECFA

The Chalmers Center is an Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA) accredited institution. ECFA accreditation is based on the ECFA Seven Standards of Responsible StewardshipTM, including financial accountability, transparency, sound board governance and ethical fundraising.