HillFaith blog is a project of the 52-Week Ministry Foundation, which is recognized by the IRS as a tax-exempt 501(C)(3) foundation and is registered in the State of Delaware. The foundation’s mailing address is: 1213-J Liberty Road, Suite 235, Eldersburg, Maryland 21784.
The mission of the foundation is to provide on a rigorously non-partisan basis Christian apologetics, mentoring and educational programs to men and women involved in public service in Congress, with special emphasis on congressional staff, and to citizens who interact with individuals on Capitol Hill, and to support Christian outreach in the public service arena.
Contributions to the foundation are tax-deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Checks should be made to the order of: The 52-Week Ministry Foundation. Wire transfer information is available on request.
HillFaith Prayer Partners are individuals who wish to support this effort with their prayers for specific needs, projects and individuals that are identified as the Gospel is proclaimed to congressional aides. I share those needs with subscribing ($25 annually, tax deductible) HillFaith Prayer Partners via private alerts.
Mark Tapscott, founder and editor of HillFaith blog, is president of the foundation. He can be reached at 301-275-6645 or via email at: email@example.com.
Chairman of the Board of Directors is Thom McKee, a former Navy F-14 pilot and a successful Washington/Baltimore region commercial real estate developer.
Pastor Mark Massey, founder and senior paster of Friendship Baptist Church in Sykesville, Maryland, is vice-chairman of the board. Mark Klimovitz, associate pastor of Friendship Baptist Church, is the foundation’s treasurer.
Cleta Mitchell of the Washington, D.C. law firm Foley & Lardner is secretary of the board. Cynthia Canevaro, vice-president of McNair Interests of Houston, Texas, and Houston philanthropist Jan Duncan are members of the board.