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A Sound Investment

More and more healthcare workers are providing care and the love of Christ. 

“I want you to excel also in this gracious act of giving.” 2 Corinthians 8:7

We are deeply grateful for your support and we are committed to applying the principles of financial integrity and good stewardship with regard to the use of every dollar the Lord provides. Since 2002, MedSend has been a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA), which means that we comply with established standards for financial accountability, fundraising, and board governance. We also have an independent audit of our finances performed annually. In accordance with financial transparency standards, we make our financial information available to the public, including:

  • FYE June 30, 2018 Audit Report

    Independent Auditor's Report & Financial Statements

  • FYE June 30, 2018 IRS 990

    Tax Return Of Organization Exempt From Income Tax

Get Involved by Giving Now

Your gift helps activate the movement of God's people to the field. Will you join us in ensuring that eager Christ-following health professionals are able to serve the Lord through global healthcare missions.

Specific Giving Initiatives

If you are interested in your gift being directed to a specific purpose, please consider one of our four Funds:

  • The_Founders_Fund
    Founders Fund

    Honor our founders by equipping further professionals

  • Healthcare_Builders_Fund
    Healthcare Builders Fund

    Support healthcare professionals as they train in their own countries.

  • Freedom_to_Serve_Fund
    Freedom to Serve Fund

    Give health care professionals freedom to serve in their areas of expertise.

  • Global_Impact_Fund
    Global Impact Fund

    Focus your support by giving to a specific region.

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