plifting Hope was born out of the executive director’s need
to advocate for volunteer crisis chaplaincy. The need to advocate
for volunteer crisis chaplaincy and to raise future volunteer
crisis chaplains. Such patronship is a calling. Our prison
fellowship program, and community engagement
all stem from this calling.
o heighten the awareness of volunteer crisis chaplains through prison ministry,
chaplain advocacy, and community engagement.
ne day, everyone who seeks help in crisis will find help in crisis.
Our Core Values
In advocating for volunteer crisis chaplaincy we are often called into life and death situations that we are trained help families to endure.
We are dedicated to working with, and supporting volunteer crisis chaplains of all faiths.
The community trust comes first, guides the programs we hold dear and the people we serve. Our transparency is our strength, and the willingness to do whats right keeps us in good company.
If any of us is to be considered great then it is because we serve.
Volunteer crisis chaplaincy advocacy, a calling we are honored to except is the right thing to do for our community.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you chose the volunteer crisis chaplains you award?
Uplifting Hope does not select which chaplains are awarded. Our community partners who utilize volunteer crisis chaplains, in thier own mission, advise us of the volunteers they have chosen based on volunteer hours and tenure.
Is Uplifting Hope a non profit?
Yes, Uplifting Hope is a 501 (c) (3) Non-profit organization.
What is your organizations goal?
Our goal is to raise a new generation of volunteer crisis chaplains for prison ministry, law inforcement, hospital and hospice chaplancy to help familis in need.
How do you offer free chaplaincy sevices to the community?
Generous donors afford Uplifting Hope the the ability to offer these services to families in need.
Can a volunteer crisis chaplain contact you directly for support?
For fairness and transparency's sake, not at this time. Chaplain support is based upon the institution served, and the number of volunteer hours and tenure. If you are a volunteer crisis chaplain and you believe your organization could benefit from our program, please let us know and we will be in touch.
Chaplain Anthony Cox
President/ Executive Director
Cynthia Kaye Cox
Chaplain Anthony Cox
Ordained as a minister at Christian Leadership Institute, and made a Chaplain by Crisis Chaplaincy of America, Chaplain Cox is looking forward to serving the community.