A Financial Guidance Ministry

A nonprofit financial ministry serving Cumberland, Perry, and Dauphin Counties since 2003.

those we serve

Over 30% of those we serve are charitable clients and no one is turned a away due to inability to pay.

Your donation helps support our efforts to help those most in need.

Our mission

To ensure the financial stability of at risk individuals and families by providing financial guidance, financial education and bill payment services to those in need.

Our services are available to anyone regardless of ability to pay. Our clients include:

  • Veterans
  • Older adults
  • Individuals with mental, physical, or intellectual disabilities
  • Working families
  • Individuals in crisis including those experiencing domestic violence
  • Individuals in recovery from addiction or other health crisis
  • Individuals and families experiencing homelessness or housing insecurity

Getting Started

Asking for help can be hard but we’re here to help. Maranatha-Carlisle provides assistance to individuals who want to achieve financial security. 


Have questions about our services? See Frequently Asked Questions or contact us.


Complete an application. An account manager will contact you.


Join one of our Financial Education classes to improve your financial security.

How we help

Together with our clients, we establish a household budget that is realistic and manageable, and that meets priority needs such housing, food, utilities and medical expenses.

Our Commitment to You


We treat our clients with respect and dignity. Our goal is to make a difference in the lives of those we serve.


We are bonded and insured, and adhere to representative payee services regulations set by the Social Security Administration.


We explain in detail our services and any related fees. We provide detailed records for each client and are available to answer questions.


We maintain the confidentiality of our clients’ financial information and personal circumstances.

Our Partners

Financial Security and Independence

For the most vulnerable in our community