Ways to Give
You can give the gift of healing.
Give lifesaving care.
Your donation will help to bring desperately needed healthcare and show the love of Christ in some of the world’s poorest regions.
Support a healthcare worker.
You can help one of CHSC’s healthcare professionals provide life-transforming healthcare ministry to thousands living in desperate need.
More ways to give
Build a legacy that will be remembered for eternity! You can provide for the future needs of your family today and help touch the lives of thousands eternally by supporting CHSC’s mission.
Many employers—from Fortune 500 companies to mom-and-pop stores—have programs that will match employee donations to CHSC. Some match dollar for dollar, while others will donate up to three times your original donation! Numerous companies also match donations from spouses, retirees and board members. Some will even match the value of volunteer hours and non-cash gifts.
Combined Federal Campaign
If you are an active or retired employee of the federal government, remember CHSC when making your selection for the Combined Federal Campaign.
Search for CFC# 11368
Give More and Gain More – Save taxes by donating! CHSC may help you save taxes while giving more to serve the needy than you thought possible.
Stock and Mutual Funds
Have you owned stock or mutual funds shares for more than a year that have appreciated in value? Donating these may be a better choice than giving by cash, check or credit card. A gift of appreciated stock allows you to make and deduct a larger charitable Contribution than the original purchase price of the shares. You receive a tax deduction for the share’s current fair-market value, and completely
avoid capital gains tax.
Support a CHSC Healthcare Worker
You can help one of CHSC’s dedicated healthcare professionals as they work ceaselessly to provide life-transforming healthcare ministry to thousands living in desperate need. You can stand side by side with CHSC healthcare professionals as they seek to be the hands and feet of Jesus shining His light in some of the darkest areas of the world.