Membership in CAFO is not first a chance to receive, but an opportunity to grow and guide a movement together.
All membership options include a place and voice in a larger community working to see Christians care effectively for children in need. It also helps churches, families and leaders identify partners committed to fiscal integrity, good governance, collaboration and Gospel-centered ministry.
Advanced levels of membership also include additional opportunities to both expand the member’s impact while investing in the Christian orphan care movement together.
CAFO Movement “Champion” Churches extend themselves to make the growth and maturing of the orphan care movement a special priority. These members are majors catalyzers in the movement by expanding the resources and opportunities available to churches around the country.
(Gold, Silver & Bronze Options)
CAFO Movement “Supporter” Churches make special financial and leadership investments in growing and guiding the orphan care movement. These members view this investment as an extension of their mission – playing a significant role in the movement by expanding the resources available to churches around the country.
CAFO Movement Churches are committed to leading effective, sustainable ministries within their churches as well as participating in joint initiatives and opportunities that bring greater impact than any one church could achieve alone.
Church Membership Opportunities
National Church Alliance Map:
CAFO Summit Discount:
$50 off One Registration
One free registration
(3) Free Registrations
CAFO Summit Workshop Proposal
Member-Only Access to Resource Library
Ministry Coaching & Consulting
*Issue-Focused Working Group
1 Leadership Invite
1 Leadership Invite
CAFO2018 Networking Lunch Keynote Speaker TBD:
Discounted Pre-Summit Intensive Registration:
Participation in Vital Issue Forum:
Silver & Gold
Full CAFO Summit Recordings Set ($159 value):
**NCMI Advisory Team:
*Issue Focused Working Group
Issue-Focused Working Groups: A member of the church’s leadership team is requested to serve on one of three working groups (adoption, foster or global orphan care). Each group will address one critical issue together annually — framing the challenge and identifying best-in-class practices and resources for effective response and ministry application.
**NCMI Advisory Team (Gold Only)
NCMI Advisory Team: The senior ministry team leader (or pastoral staff member) is requested to serve on the NCMI Advisory Team, designed to confer on the current state and direction of the movement. This commitment will include one in-person meeting of the full team at Summit (Spring) and one leader-to-leader phone call by each member (Fall) with Jason Johnson, Director of CAFO’s Church Ministry Initiative.