We believe that donor transparency and accountability are the keystones to long-term ministry relationships. We believe that the donor should know where every cent of their donations end up. We believe there is a way we can provide for these needs and complete our mission at the same time. Welcome to Carry Hope.
Carry Hope is our tool to fund administration and overhead for the ministry. Carry Hope powers our 100% missions model.
How do we pay for administration and overhead?
Just like any new business that requires investors, we are looking for a few dedicated partners who believe in the ministry and its mission. These champions will underwrite the overhead (through recurring giving) of the ministry which includes things such as salaries, rent, utilities, and travel expenses.
Partnering with The Bucket Ministry Carry Hope program means that you understand that none of the urgent field work can happen without a team of the best people with the brightest minds and biggest hearts! Carry Hope allows us to engage more laborers into the harvest!
With this partnership we can focus on what’s important – delivering hope around the world through the bucket filter tool.
Introducing the 100% Model:
What is a 100% model? This simple program focuses 100% of all donations made for field missions directly to that mission. No administration fees taken out – just a pure 100% transfer of resources to deliver hope. For example, if we have a donor that wants to fund a family (for $50) to have clean water and the gospel in Brazil, with the 100% model all $50 will make its way to Brazil for that mission.
Ultimately, you as the donor now have two options on how you want your donations realized within the ministry: either entirely in support of our efforts within the mission field (the 100% model) or to back our administrative and overhead costs (Carry Hope).
I hope that you will prayerfully consider partnering with us by Carrying Hope!
He told them, “The harvest is plentiful, but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field.
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