Mission: Christ for humanity(cfh)is a christian humanitarian relief organization whose purpose is to glorify god by enabling the church to advance the gospel of jesus christ to the needy. Cfh's goal is to provide christian field workers with the means to meet the physical needs of those they are serving primarily through the provision of food, clothing, medication, medical equipment and other supplies. Locally, cfh facilitates monthly outreaches between local churches and 15 area housing projects. Cfh also provides weekly in-house programs, targeting young adults and handicapped individuals. Internationally, cfh often partners with well vetted ministries, sponsoring community development projects like drilling water-wells, building schools, clinics and churches, and providing seed money for micro-businesses.
Programs: Interntional missions and humanitarian relief program: the organization provided international humanitarian relief in more than 31 nations by contributing food, clothing, medical supplies and equipment, and helping to fund water well projects. They also provided opportunities for local church members to take team trips over to their nations of interest. The organization was also involved in several special projects throughout the year including supporting a school in mali, involvement in an ebola relief effort as well as supporting a project in egypt called the jubilee center. Another part of our international effort involved supporting various evangelism outreaches through direct missionary support and support of various sports camp events.
domestic humanitarian relief program to individuals: in 2014, the organization provided for the needs of more than 6,623 households in the greater tulsa area by contributing food, household items, financial assistance, medicine and medical equipment to families and individuals in need.
domestic humanitarian relief program to ministries & organizations: throughout the year, christ for humanity donated food, household items, medicine & medical equipment to more than 46 domestic organizations and ministries who provide for the needy through food distribution programs, disaster relief, health & hospice care, etc.
I think that Charity Navigator's evaluation of this fine ministry is grossly unfair. Until CN came up with their "new and improved" system, they consistently maintained a four-star rating. One of the founders makes just over $10,000 and the leading executive makes a whopping $45,000. Something like 96% of their collections go to those who need it most. Christ for Humanity should be a five-star charity. I've given to them for a number of years now and, no matter what CN does (who, by the way have lost a great deal of credibility with me), I'm going to continue to do so. God bless you Christ for Humanity. Keep up your good work!