CONNECTING PEOPLE WHO WANT TO HELP WITH PEOPLE WHO NEED HELP

Christian Aid Ministries (CAM) strives to be an honest, efficient channel enabling the church to minister to physical and spiritual needs around the world. Our main purpose is to glorify God and help enlarge His kingdom.

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Fixing Wheelchairs & Building Friendships

As a young girl, Najah* became paralyzed from the waist down due to a doctor’s mistake. She now uses a wheelchair, bumping over the Judean hills around her home just south of Bethlehem. Her chair needs constant repair, but she isn’t ready to give up its familiarity...

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Hurricane Harvey Project in Texas – A Pictorial Overview

Hurricane Harvey survivors continue to face a mountain of cleanup. Rapid Response teams are cleaning up and the Loaves & Fishes Food Kitchen is providing hot meals for homeowners and volunteers. We are grateful for the 100-plus volunteers a day that are helping clean...

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“Why Would I Need Jesus?”

Charissa* described herself as being “queen of her life.” She said, “I’m having the time of my life. Why would I need Jesus?” “You have chosen the path you want. You are footloose and fancy free, but you have a problem, Charissa,” our phone team member told her....

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Hurricane Irma Hits Florida

Rapid Response helps with flood cleanup As Hurricane Irma, one of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes in recorded history, barreled toward Florida, people around the world earnestly prayed. Our Rapid Response staff, already overwhelmed with the Hurricane Harvey...

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Fixing Wheelchairs & Building Friendships

As a young girl, Najah* became paralyzed from the waist down due to a doctor’s mistake. She now uses a wheelchair, bumping over the Judean hills around her home just south of Bethlehem. Her chair needs constant repair, but she isn’t ready to give up its familiarity...

read more

Hurricane Harvey Project in Texas – A Pictorial Overview

Hurricane Harvey survivors continue to face a mountain of cleanup. Rapid Response teams are cleaning up and the Loaves & Fishes Food Kitchen is providing hot meals for homeowners and volunteers. We are grateful for the 100-plus volunteers a day that are helping clean...

read more

2017 Annual Open House

November 3-4, 2017 | Ephrata, Pennsylvania

You are invited to CAM’s 2017 Open House. Speakers will share about the devastation Hurricane Harvey recently brought to Texas, CAM’s work among refugees in the Middle East, how Gospel billboards are impacting seekers in the United States, and much more.

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Your support is making a difference!

Your generosity touches lives around the world. More than 14 million* people were helped with aid, literature, and teaching last year.

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Each year generous supporters make it possible for CAM to:

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Your support is making a difference!

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Each year generous supporters make it possible for CAM to:

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The Where-Needed-Most (WNM) program is our general support category. Funds specified for Where-Needed-Most are used in CAM aid programs and for general administration and fundraising expenses. This is a great category for those who wish to give, but are not sure which programs to support.

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Our free monthly newsletter includes interesting articles, colorful photos, and periodic children’s stories that provide a glimpse of needs around the world and opportunities to help.

Several readers commented on our newsletter:

“Our children love the newsletter and so do we—it’s a chance to take a trip around the world.”

“Reading of the great needs of others makes us aware of how greatly blessed we are even though we are struggling financially right now with illness in the family.”

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