The Chaplaincy Fund, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose purpose is to provide financial resources for the Department of Spiritual Care and Education at MD Anderson Cancer Center, one of the nation's premier cancer hospitals.

As part of MD Anderson's mission of holistic patient care, the Chaplaincy programs brings spiritual comfort and support to countless patients and family members who face the challenges of a life-threatening disease. The chaplains and volunteers provide hope, care and love in a nondenominational setting.

To perpetuate the mission of caring, Clinical Pastoral Education (CPE) programs train new generations of lay and ordained ministers and seminary students. More than 200 CPE graduates now serve in congregational and institutional settings all over the world.

But none of this is possible without your support. The Chaplaincy Fund offers several ways to do this, from giving opportunities and event sponsorships to volunteering, so that MD Anderson Cancer Center patients, families and staff may continue to benefit from spiritual care in their time of greatest need.