Job development and the provision of sustainable, living wages are at the heart of WorldCrafts’ vision to offer an income with dignity and the hope of everlasting life to every person on earth. This vision fits hand-in-glove with the mission of Christian Women’s Job Corps and Christian Men’s Job Corps (CWJC/CMJC): to equip women and men, in a faith-based context, for life and employment.
What are you willing to do to relieve impoverished people here in the US and around the world?
What if we told you that you can join the fight against poverty by simply hosting a one-month online benefit?
It’s true, you can!
How to Host a Benefit for CWJC/CMJC
You, your life group, or even your whole church can host a one-month online WorldCrafts benefit for the CWJC/CMJC site you wish to help.
Simply complete an online registration form and WorldCrafts will do the rest.
In the week prior to your benefit, you will receive a link to a webpage created just for you, along with a promotion code, promotional pieces, and instructions for hosting the benefit.
During the month of your online benefit, you simply promote the benefit through social media, email, and your church or community’s promotional systems. You can invite your friends to spread the word by liking and sharing your posts on Facebook and Instagram, and retweeting on Twitter.
In the month following your benefit, we will send a check for 20% of your proceeds directly to your selected CWJC/CMJC site. You will receive an email notifying you of the total amount donated, along with fun ways to share your results on social media.
Which CWJC/CMJC Sites Are Registered as Beneficiaries?
Currently the following sites are registered beneficiaries:
The mission of Begin Anew in Nashville is to empower individuals in Middle Tennessee to overcome obstacles caused by poverty by providing education, mentoring, and resources.
The Bridge in Wilmington, North Carolina, exists to empower and equip women in need with job readiness, job preparedness, and life skills to move from dependency to a life of self sufficiency, and to offer volunteers a place where their interests, gifts, and talents can be used with a challenge of growth.
Located in Jasper, Tennessee, Champion Commons seeks to educate and empower struggling people according the example found in the Word.
Christian Job Corps of San Angelo, TX
Christian Job Corps of San Angelo is a free, all-volunteer program designed to equip women and men with skills for job placement, life management, and spiritual growth. Participants are encouraged to learn and grow in a supportive, faith-based environment.
Graffiti 2 Works
In the Mott Haven community of the South Bronx, Graffiti 2 Works sees the great potential of their neighbors. Graffiti 2 Works coaches adults in developing the physical, mental, emotional, social, and spiritual skills necessary to become the best they are capable of becoming.
M-POWER Ministries engages with the people of Birmingham to provide paths out of poverty. M-POWER provides educational resources to help the poor in their community obtain and retain gainful employment. They also provide free health care for those without access to insurance, which gives these people the opportunity to lead healthier lives and not miss work due to a preventable illness.
Merea Ministry, Inc.
Merea Ministry’s mission is to provide a faith-based context in which women in need are equipped for life and employment, and a mentoring context in which women help women.
There are nearly 200 registered and certified CWJC/CMJC sites across the nation. If you would like to host a benefit for a CWJC/CMJC site that is not currently registered, please encourage the administrator to register that site as a beneficiary in our system by filling out an online registration form.
Visit our CWJC/CMJC Benefits page to learn more about this exciting partnership!