Multiply Your Kingdom Impact!

When you give to 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 are proclaiming the good news among the poor. They’re taking a stand and living out the Kingdom of God in their neighborhoods.

Alan Murdock is one of these people. He and his wife Michelle started Project Connect Nashville to bring hope to the hurting community of Madison, TN. They help people “get out and stay out” of poverty through relationships and connections with local churches.

Alan and his team rely on the Chalmers Center to provide biblical and effective tools like our Faith & Finances financial education program and our Work Life jobs preparedness program.

“Chalmers helps us focus on building relationships with people instead of building programs.”

Allen & Michelle Murdock

Alan Murdock
Executive Director
Project Connect Nashville

This year, we want to equip over 1,600 churches and ministries all over the world—and impact the lives of more than 130,000 people in poverty.

Our goal is to raise $50,000 towards these efforts by December 31st, 2018.

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

Participants and Volunteers Sharing a Table

Walk into Project Connect Nashville any day of the week, and you’ll find people from the community and volunteers from local churches sharing meals and enjoying life together.

You’ll see them taking classes and learning together about how to raise healthy families, how to manage their money, or how to find a job.

Together with our global partners, we’ve equipped tens of thousands of churches and nonprofits to help people in poverty in biblical, effective ways. Project Connect Nashville is just one example.

No less than 80 cents of every dollar you give will support the Chalmers Center’s programs.

Right now, you can multiply your gift even further! A generous donor has agreed to match your donations up to $50,000. That means your gift will have double the impact!


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.

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