The ministry fund is used to support our ministry workers. Specifically, for those who are involved in our educational work, medical missionary work, Bible instruction, evangelism efforts, and all of our outreach departments. Our monthly needs for this fund are $30,000.00
Where Needed Most Fund
The Where Needed Most Fund enables us to address any need within the ministry’s operation. This is the most versatile fund; it is the engine that keeps the lights on and helps provide stipends for our workers. Our monthly needs for this fund are $50,000.
In 1983, Hartland College opened with the goal of training young men and women to take the everlasting gospel to the world in their generation through evangelistic, educational, health, and media ministries. Today there are Hartland graduates proclaiming the three angels’ messages on every inhabited continent.
Yet more youth worldwide, including many from third-world countries, are eager to be trained for God’s service, but cannot afford to attend Hartland. Most countries are not affluent and it is impossible for young people to come here without financial assistance. The Missionary Training Fund (MTF) was set up so that our donors can have the privilege of financially supporting these students. Over the years, hundreds of worthy students have received offerings from this scholarship. Many are still in active ministry today in their home countries or in other needy mission fields.
Through the Missionary Training Fund (MTF), Hartland covers the tuition costs for worthy missionary students, with the commitment that after graduation they will dedicate at least three years to full-time mission service in a needy field—preferably their home country. With $180,000 per year, we can sponsor 20 students.
Worthy Student Fund
The Worthy Student program is designed for students with missionary spirit, exceptional work ethic and high academic performance, who demonstrate financial need. This scholarship program covers 50% of the total cost of tuition, room and board and is open to both foreign and national students. To fund 20 students per year we need $120,000.00.
Restore and Repair Fund
The Restore and Repair Fund enables us to address infrastructure needs. As you partner with us to maintain and further develop our infrastructure, you enable us to fulfill our mission.
Hartland College needs to update its Information Technology Infrastructure. This includes purchasing a NAS File Server, a Web Server, a Stack Switch, 10 wireless access points, telephones, battery backup systems and other items. We need to $32,500.00
Our institutional vehicles are old and have hundreds of thousands of miles on them. We need replacements.
We need to purchase good-quality beds, desks, dressers, and chairs (for 50 students) plus durable furniture for the living rooms in the men’s and ladies’ dorms.
We need to make major upgrades to our staff housing.
We will either add to our current building or build a whole new one.
Mansion Renovation (Phase 2)
Areas such as the cafeteria, chapel, receptionist’s room (including lockers for students), and second-floor bedrooms still need a complete renewal and transformation. The chapel and second floor-bedrooms are not currently in use due to ongoing repairs.
Wastewater Treatment System:
Currently we are required to upgrade our wastewater treatment system. We need to purchase liners for our two wastewater ponds. The project fee is $44,450.00 and the liners are around $40,000.00 each one. The Total Project cost is approximately $120,000.00
Worthy Health Guest Fund
Giving any amount to the Worthy Health Guest Fund enables Hartland’s lifestyle center to assist those who cannot afford it. Our Lifestyle to Health Program (11 – days) is $4,120. Our Cancer Care program is $5,800 (11 – days) and $9,998 (for 25- days). You can choose how much to give to provide the gift of wellness.
The Evangelism Fund enables us to finance our various outreach programs. Our outreach programs are:
- Youth, Do You Dare?—a team of young people who offer evangelism training and do evangelism at Seventh-day Adventist churches.
- Three Angels’ Chorale—a touring choir that shares the three angels’ messages through song, testimonies, and personal ministry.
- Health Outreach—Hartland’s health outreach teams serve in the community, conduct health fairs at different venues, organize free clinics on our campus, and volunteer at other health outreach events.
- Radio Station: Through Hartland’s radio station, the surrounding towns in Madison, Orange, and Culpeper counties are reached with Bible studies, Christian music, and other soul-winning programs.
Our yearly needs for these ongoing evangelistic programs are about $40,000.
This fund makes possible the continual operation and expansion of the farm, providing fresh naturally grown vegetables and produce for our cafeteria, lifestyle center kitchen and local markets. Funds donated are used specifically for expansion of the operation, maintenance of the greenhouse facilities, and equipment. Our farm is a core part of our educational curriculum and it is an outreach ministry to the community. Our yearly needs for this fund are about $50,000.
Lord Send Me Fund (LSM)
Through this fund Hartland supports alumni mission projects such as Elim Lands in Nigeria, Advent Family Missions in Nigeria, Pure Light Mission in South Africa, Loma Linda Campestre in Colombia, and SETI medical missionary institute in Brazil.
Through this fund Hartland supports our publishing ministry providing free subscriptions of Last Generation Magazine, which presents contemporary issues in light of Bible truth. This fund also supports free literature that is distributed by our health and outreach departments and shipment of present truth materials for free distribution in other countries. Our yearly
needs for this fund are $100,000.