(ATLANTA, GA) – Sharity Ministries, a 501(c)(3) non-profit health care sharing ministry, continues its tradition of charitable giving for the benefit of its membership and community. Sharity uses a portion of funds collected from its membership to distribute to other non-profits that support their collective ideals. In 2019, Sharity chose to support, among others, six Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) in the following locations: Dallas, Loma Linda, Long Island, Orlando, Seattle and Stanford.
The Ronald McDonald House served 352 families in 1979 when it first opened its doors; today, over 3,207 families receive assistance each year. In 2018, RMHC provided a safe home for families with sick children for over 2.5 million overnight stays and saved them more than $930 million in food and lodging expenses. Sharity elected to support RMHC operations because both non-profits believe in sharing the financial burdens with families when it matters most.
As monthly contributions from members are collected, Sharity Ministries consistently donates a portion of these contributions to charities in need of support. Joe Guarino, Sharity’s President, remarks, “Sharity Ministries appreciates the great work RMHC does for the children in respective communities and their families. This non-profit is truly a blessing to children in need, a cause our ministry has always and will continue to support.” According to Hebrews 13:16, “…do not forget to do good and to share with others, for with such sacrifices God is pleased.”
About Sharity Ministries
Sharity Ministries is a 501(c)(3) non-profit health care sharing ministry built on the centuries-old Christian tradition of sharing and bearing one another’s health care needs. Our members hold a common set of religious beliefs, and voluntarily agree to share their medical expenses in accordance with those beliefs. Our sharing programs are designed to simplify the complexities of health care, while putting the power of choice back in the hands of our members. To date, Sharity members have shared almost $70 million in medical expenses. For more information, visit sharityministries.org.