HCMA does not have central funds to pay the salary of our chaplains, and many do not receive a salary from the facility that they work in. Several of our HCMA Chaplains depend on individuals, churches, foundations, businesses, and other organizations to provide their financial support. We invite you to become a financial partner by giving to an individual Chaplain by committing to a monthly donation. You can also partner with us by donating to the HCMA Chaplains’ Benevolence Fund or Training Scholarship Fund. You might also consider including HCMA in your will. Such gifts expand and encourage the chaplaincy ministry and allow future Chaplains to train and serve effectively.
HCMA has consistently maintained high ethical standards regarding its financial accountability throughout its over 80 years of history as a faith mission organization. It has always been committed to “taking pains to do what is right, not only in the eyes of the Lord, but also in the eyes of men” (2 Corinthians 8:21, NIV), with regard to its finances. These financial precautions are done so that no one will be able to discredit HCMA in the administration of its mission. HCMA is a member of the ECFA and has always followed the “Standards of Responsible Stewardship” established by the ECFA.