The rich in Spirit help the poor in one grand brotherhood, all having the same Principle, or Father, and blessed is that man who seeth his brother’s need and supplieth it, seeking his own in another’s good.
Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, by Mary Baker Eddy
Clearview Home is a modern healing facility serving those who rely on Christian Science in Wisconsin and neighboring states. Clearview Home belongs to you and is sustained by you.
At least 30% of its annual revenue comes from contributions – from churches, individuals, and foundations. You can make a difference by providing prayerful support, time, and/or financial gifts.
Prayerful support of the Christian Science nurse bylaw blesses our organization and patients. It also promotes your own spiritual growth and demonstration. Here is a link to a recent, helpful article.
We love our Volunteers! They bring with them such inspiration and enthusiasm. When we asked them what they love about volunteering, here’s what they told us…
Click here for an informative flyer and a friendly Volunteer Application.
Blessings and thanks to our Contributors! Your gifts help in many ways to fulfill our Purpose of “providing a sanctuary for Christian Science healing.” You help keep the lights on, the Christian Science nurses equipped and ready, the healing atmosphere vital and cheerful, and provide benevolence for those in need. We cherish your gifts and want your giving to be convenient and simple. You may select a fund for your gift – General Operating, Building, or Benevolence. Below are several ways to give of your heart’s rich overflow:
Many people choose to use their automated payment services and make monthly or quarterly payments. When you start a recurring gift plan, you will receive a free gift of exclusive Clearview Home notecards!
Planned giving for posterity:
If you need assistance or information about any of these methods, please contact Elizabeth Harned, Executive Director, email@example.com for more information.
“…the good done, and the love that foresees more to do, stimulate philanthropy and are an ever-present reward” (Miscellaneous Writings 1883-1896 238: 17-19 the).