To date, CWJC/CMJC program expenses have been provided through grants from the WMU Vision Fund.
A director and administrative assistant, both with other job responsibilities, are funded by WMU. To enable this nationally acclaimed "best practices model" to reach it's potential, an endowment has been established with the WMU Foundation. Interest from this fund will provide adequate staffing, training, and operating capital for the ministry. Our WMU executive director, Wanda Lee, enthusiastically supports the quest to endow this ministry and insure it's financial future. How can you help us reach this goal?
For overarching ministry operations—
Christian Women's Job Corps/Christian Men’s Job Corps Special Fund
Provides for CWJC and CMJC staffing , training, and programming needs. All funds go directly to the promotion, management, and facilitation of national CWJC.
Grants to participants—
Sybil Bentley Dove Endowment Fund
This endowment is tied closely to CWJC and provides for a yearly scholarship that benefits women working to rebuild their lives and the lives of their children. This award is presented annually after review by the WMU Foundation Scholarship and Award Committee.
Additional ministry support
To provide Bibles, new or like-new used clothing, office supplies, computers, or other items please contact a CWJC/CMJC site near you or contact your state WMU office to find out needs of the CWJC/CMJC ministries in your area.
Where to make a financial gift
To make a tax-deductible donation, please make your check payable to the WMU Foundation, 100 Missionary Ridge, Birmingham, AL, 35242, and note which of the funds you would like to support. Or you may donate on-line through the WMU Foundation.
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