Those who are helping us succeed
Sponsors & Donors
We are thankful for the many people who have created or contributed to our Christmas-at-Sea gift program, the care packages, and all the other wonderful donations of books, puzzles, and magazines. Having simple items in-hand as we welcome ships to port shows our care and concern for their welfare. The seafarers know they are not invisible or forgotten.
We are also extremely grateful for the financial support we receive, and while some people wish to remain anonymous, others we list here. The order is random but the kindness is not. Every dollar we receive goes directly to supporting the seafarers and currently the biggest way to support them -- our building project. No money goes to salaries or benefits as our "staff" and board of directors are all volunteers.
Point Comfort Mooring and Marine Services
Wood Family Memorial Trust
North American Maritime Ministry Association
Port Lavaca Rotarian Mike McGuire
Peggy Baldwin-Clayton in memory of Rear Admiral Bill Clayton
Ineos Nitriles USA, Green Lake
Comfort Community Church of Port Lavaca
Inteplast Group, Lolita
The Trull Foundation
International Transport Workers' Federation (ITF) Inspectors
Margaret Baldwin in memory of Jean M. Baldwin
The Catholic Diocese of Victoria in Texas
Odfjell USA (Houston) Inc.
First Presbyterian Church of Palacios
Grace Episcopal Church of Port Lavaca
Formosa Plastics Corporation
Numerous crew members from the vessels we serve
Supported by The Mission to Seafarers
Calhoun Port Authority
Matagorda Bay Pilots
Partners & Affiliations
We are not in this effort alone. We have signed agreements with local and international organizations that enable us to better serve the seafarers visiting the port in Point Comfort. We also maintain memberships in related organizations to receive training, guidance and network experience with other seafarer ministries. Visit any of these websites to learn more about supporting seafarers.