Benevolence Fund

A team raising funds for multiple causes

  • $4,080
  • 27
  • 1

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$4,080 raised of $5,000

Drawing people closer to Christ by helping meet their basic financial needs in times of crisis or transition.


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Jonathan Fidani


$4,455 27

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The purpose of the Benevolence Fund is to draw people closer to Christ by helping to meet their basic financial needs in times of crisis or transition, according to biblical directives and fiscal constraints. The Benevolence Fund achieves this purpose primarily through specific cash disbursements at the direction of the Benevolence Team and/or the Caregiving Pastor/Director of Finance. These cash disbursements are to be accompanied by, and made in tandem with: evangelism (when applicable), discipleship and counsel on biblical financial stewardship.

The Benevolence Fund is intended as a source of last resort, to be used when the family or individual requesting assistance has explored all other possibilities of help from family, friends, savings, or investments. It is intended to be a temporary help during a time of crisis or transition.

If you would like to donate to The Cause Community Church’s Benevolence Fund you are welcome to do so either by donating via this web site or dropping your gift in the weekend offering basket. However, we do not encourage you to give to the Benevolence Fund in lieu of giving to the general fund of the church. Per IRS regulations, you may designate your offering to the Benevolence Fund but may not restrict the gift to a specific individual or family, as this constitutes a person-to-person gift, for which there is no tax deduction. You may "recommend" or "suggest" that funds be used to assist a particular person or family but this decision is to be left to the discretion of the Benevolence Committee. Gifts restricted to a specific person or family must be refused by the church or the donor must remove the restriction.

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Joshua Reeve Joshua Reeve