In 2013, we will celebrate our 75th anniversary. The theme for this anniversary celebration is "CHHSM at 75: The Promise of Our Passion-Driven Movement." Join us as we take a look at our rich heritage and toward a bright future of continued service in health and human service ministry.
As part of this momentous event, please consider giving to the Legacy Fund, a fundraising campaign designed to expand and sustain CHHSM's leadership formation mission. The funds generated from the campaign will be dedicated to providing training and expertise to the people and organizations that share in our goal to "sustain and advance the work of healing and ministry of the church of Jesus Christ.
Click here to read the The Legacy Fund Campaign Case Statement.
One-time donations to the fund can be made via the CHHSM website. Ministries that wish to donate in increments over the fund's five-year period can do so by returning an organizational commitment card. Individuals who wish to make commitments over a period of time are invited fill out a commitment card for individuals. Cards can be printed and mailed to Eileen Nagy at CHHSM/UCC, 700 Prospect Ave., #920, Cleveland, OH 44115-1100, or completed electronically and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you to the following donors who have already helped to raise more than $200,000 toward The Legacy Fund's goal of $300,000.
75 Years of Stories
March 29, 2013
As ministries gathered in Chicago Feb. 28-March 3 for CHHSM’s 75th Anniversary Annual Meeting, they were reminded of how far the movement has come — and the work that lies ahead. Staying true to the meeting’s theme, “CHHSM at 75: The Promise of Our Passion-Driven Movement,” attendees took time during the meeting to celebrate and support the leaders of CHHSM’s past, present and future.
March 5, 2013
February 27, 2013
Dr. Laverne Joseph says he never intended to get into health and human services as a career after graduating from Lancaster Theological Seminary in Lancaster, Pa., in 1964. Yet his commitment to providing health services and affordable housing for seniors has served individuals across the country for decades.
January 24, 2013
Among his many accomplishments, the Rev. Ken Buckwald has been a builder. Buckwald, president emeritus of The Beatitudes Campus in Phoenix, was serving a church in Rochester, N.Y., when he had an opportunity to head west.
December 28, 2012
Long before she became CEO of Emmaus Homes, Cindy Clark had been intrigued by the life-affirming work of faith-based organizations. After working as a CPA for accounting firms and a nonprofit organization in St. Louis, she became inspired by people who combined vocations with a passion for service.