You support the ministry of Hope Partnership for Missional Transformation through your designated or undesignated gift.
Hope Vision Gifts
If you choose to make a gift to Hope Vision Gifts, you help Hope Partnership in its mission to encourage, equip and empower leaders for spiritual transformation. You will help provide interactive training for leaders engaged in transforming congregational ministries; coaching for new and transforming congregational leaders; congregational assessments and ministry planning that invite congregations to shift from “membership” models of “club-like” church to models of “discipleship” that invite people into God’s mission in everyday life.
New Church Ministry Annual Fund
If your passion is with the establishment of new Disciples congregations, you may decide to support the New Church Ministry Annual Fund. This fund supports the recruitment and training of new church planters, as well as providing a coach to give advice and counsel while “walking alongside” the planter.
Undesignated gifts are always appreciated, as they allow Hope Partnership to use these gifts for the areas of greatest need. An undesignated gift will help Hope Partnership work with its partners to recruit, equip and support courageous leaders to implement congregational mission.
Memorial/Honor, Named or Extender’s Fund
You can create a Memorial/Honor Fund, a Named Fund or an Extender’s Fund, which can be designated to support any of the above funds or can be undesignated to support Hope Partnership in all its manifestations.
These funds are set up in the name of the donor(s) or in a name of the donor’s choosing as a way to honor an individual or couple or to memorialize a loved one. These funds are listed by name in our Annual Report and serve to bear witness to the person or person’s whose name they carry.
A Memorial/Honor Fund may be established with as little as $500; a Named Fund is created with gifts of $5,000 or more; and an Extender’s Fund is $25,000 or more. You can create any of these funds by pledging to establish a particular level of fund and then making gifts over a period of time to get these funds to their fully funded level.