Heart for Lebanon is governed by and accountable to a responsible Board of Directors that governs by establishing policies and reviewing ministry accomplishments. Our financial statements are prepared in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. We seek to conduct our activities with the highest standards of integrity and to avoid conflicts of interest.
Contributions to the ministry are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Audited financial statements are available upon written request to the International office.
Board of Directors
Scott McDonald – Board Chairman – Leadership Consultant & Trainer
John Crump – Board Vice Chairman – Sr. Pastor
Tom Atema, Jr – Board Secretary/Treasure – Business Owner/Founder
Saundria Keck – Board Member – Children’s Curriculum Writer/Author
Bill Cleaver – Board member – Business Leader
Jack Hibbard – Board member – Business Owner/Founder
Ken Oldham – Board member – Missionary
John Jordan – Board member – Mission Pastor
Executive Leadership (Non-Board Members)
Camille Melki CEO/Founder
Tom Atema COO/Co-Founder
Heart for Lebanon Foundation is the legal 501 (c3) for Heart for Lebanon. Heart for Lebanon Foundation receives all contributions for proper accountability. Our principal office is located at 2581 US Hwy 70 East, Swannanoa, North Carolina 28778. (Mailing address: PO Box 1294, Black Mountain, NC 28711)
Heart for Lebanon Foundation complies fully with federal solicitation requirements and is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability. Heart for Lebanon is not registered in individual states, as we do not currently qualify to be registered in any state.
Heart for Lebanon Foundation controls 100 percent of the funds contributed. Contributions to Heart for Lebanon Foundation are tax deductible to the fullest extent allowed by law. Requests for copies of recent financial audit, Form 990, annual report or other information may be directed to Donor Relations at 828-505-8432 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All contributions designated for specific program go to the initiative that program supports. We may assess up to 10 percent of all donated funds to be used for administering the gift. Occasionally, we receive more contributions for a given program inside an initiative than can be wisely applied to that program. When that happens, we use these funds to meet a similar pressing need within the same imitative.