Medical Kits and Clinics

In the remotest villages and poorest areas of Southern Asia, there are multitudes of people who rarely, if ever, are able to go to the doctors for their health problems. One medical kit costs $700 to provide a pastor or community leader first aid training in one village. How amazing is it that for an average of $500 a medical clinic can be held where a couple of hundred people will be treated and cared for?! ServeNow aims to provide 12 clinics and 20 medical kits to 10 of the neediest villages.

Give to a Charity You Can Trust

ServeNow was launched to serve people in need by caring for orphans, widows, underprivileged children and youth as well as equipping the Church for greater fulfillment of its ministry and providing humanitarian assistance where needed.

ServeNow is ECFA (Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability) accredited, which serves in helping us stay financially accountable. In addition, and as part of this accountability, we are audited every year by an independent auditor. These audits can be found on our Accountability page.

80% of ServeNow's expenses goes directly to ministry programs.

We Are Accountable to Those We Serve and Our Donors.

Our accountability to our donors is one of our highest priorities. Our goal is to use the funds entrusted to us as wise stewards. To do this requires continued monitoring and annual audits of our fund distribution. ServeNow is also a member in good standing with the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), Candid (GuideStar), and Excellence in Giving (EIG).