Helping You Help the World

Since 1994 GHI has served as the Christian non-profit covering for projects, ministries, and missionaries. We currently partner with over 40 projects worldwide.

Has God put a burning passion in your heart to form a project, but the process is overwhelming or you don’t want the work of running your own 501c3?

If this is you…GHI can help.

  1. We act as your 501c3.
  2. We handle your bookkeeping and donation processing.
  3. We offer coaching on fundraising and marketing, and individual mentoring.
  4. We provide your donors with a webpage to learn about you and a secure donation process.


Let us handle the details.

tracking and receipting

accounting and payroll services

online giving and project webpage

coaching and support

on programs and networking

integrity, experience and resources



You get to just DO the work that you love. 

Featured Projects

  • Global Clown - Rain or shine, clowns must perform Global Clown – Rain or shine, clowns must perform! (7/24/2017) - Clown Team in Talsi, Latvia The clown museum has been visited by virtually every elementary child in the city and it offers the opportunity to present the gospel with clown skits. Global Clown sent them 90% of what is displayed in the museum and it has turned out to be an excellent ministry. The clowns on the team come from a variety of denominations and the ministry and the Christ centered skits speak to some Continue Reading
  • MMM Associate - teaching about STDs and birth control M:MM Associate – God changes us! (7/17/2017) - June has been a very full and busy month! We spent several days facilitating a workshop on purposeful living, with main lessons from Rick Warren’s “The Purpose Driven Life.” It was a great lesson and reminder about how we are created to honor God, and should do that with every part of our lives. I also taught about STD’s, which is very needed, not only due to their high incidence but also because parents don’t Continue Reading
  • Global Capacities - helping people thrive Global Capacities Update (6/28/2017) - One of the groups I work with is the board of the local YMCA.  Did you know that the YMCA was started in 1844 through a prayer meeting above a London drapery factory?   The Y's initial purpose was to put Christian principles into practice by developing a healthy "body, mind, and spirit."  That same heart is still alive in many of the YMCAs today. My board committee wrestled for most of the year with, "what community development Continue Reading