Official Mission Statement
Signposts Ministries’ mission is to serve families that have children or youth with special healthcare needs, both locally and internationally, for the glory of God, through compassionate care, in a manner that serves the whole person. We strive to minister to families and meet their needs, to the best of our ability, by providing help with: equipment, resources, and connection to their community.
We have many different kinds of programs. Please check out our webpage or contact us for specific information.
Signposts Ministries is based out of Union County, North Carolina, but we partner with ministries locally, nationally, and globally to care for children and youth with special healthcare needs, and support their families. We connect people in need with resources available on both domestic and international levels.
A list of current directors and officers
Board of Directors
Annie Donahue – founder/president
Brad Donahue – board member
Mary Good – vice president
Lynda Thompson – treasurer
Shelly Hardee – secretary
Charitable and Religious Designation
Signposts Ministries is a 501(c)3 charitable and religious non-profit. We are not associated with any particular church, although we do hold the Apostle’s Creed as an affirmation for our board members.
We desire to serve any child or family who is in need of our service, without descrimination on any basis.
Official Statement on Scripture: Our view of the scriptures reflects 2 Timothy 3:16. All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness. In other words, the scriptures were given to man, through God’s inspiration, and are therefore without error, containing only truth. This truth is beneficial for us in these ways: for teaching and instructing; to bring conviction in our own lives as to how we should live; to constantly correct, improve, and straighten the path we are following; to instruct and educate us in the ways of virtue, integrity, leading us to not be divided in our minds and actions, but be pure and single-minded, as we focus on obeying God’s truth.