Flower of Charity Ministries
"What you do for the least of mine, you do for me."
Welcome to Flower of Charity
We are revolutionizing charity with unprecedented accountability, transparency and efficiency. Open your heart to the grace of God and help those in need.
Our volunteers utilize proven processes and a relationship with trusted individuals around the world to conduct due diligence, interview beneficiaries, Church members, pastors, and knowledgeable third parties to verify need. We also conduct post-support evaluation of the use of funds. You can now support a distant cause with confidence your funds are being used responsibly.
Every quarter we share with donors an itemization of donations and disbursements so you can see exactly where your money is going. You don’t have to worry about how your money is being spent.
Many needy organizations lack for more than money; they need experienced professional assistance with organization, accounting, public relations, business development and fundraising.
We have brought together experts in these areas to identify legitimate causes deserving of support and to provide those organizations with material and spiritual support through our non-profit organization.
When you allocate a donation to a particular ministry, 100% of the funds benefit that cause. While some portion of the funds might be spent on merchant account processing fees (for credit or debit card donations), or through a “crowdfunding” platform such as GoFundMe, or transferring funds to a recipient (such as WesternUnion or Paypal), we do not spend allocated funds on any administrative or legal expenses.
Supporters of Flower of Charity Ministries does incur expenses. Supporters who wish to help offset the costs associated with maintaining our non-profit status may do so by specifically allocating donations to “Administration”. Supporters of the ministry will receive quarterly itemization of non-allocated donations and expenses.
Extend your mercy towards others, so that there can be no one in need whom you meet without helping. For what hope is there for us if God should withdraw His Mercy from us?
St. Vincent de Paul