Your Year-End Gift Can Make Twice The Impact!
We have exciting news to share today!
We have a new opportunity to make a gift go TWICE as far so those suffering from severe trauma can receive the care they need in 2019. A matching gift offer has been made up to $5,000 if we can raise the same amount by December 31, 2019!
From January 1 up to December 1, 2019, Discovering MErcy has:
- Counseled 142 clients in 31 states and 11 countries around the world
- Provided 940 hours of counseling
- Invested 593 hours in creating curriculum
- Received more than 700 volunteer hours
- Connected with 343 Facebook fans and 92 YouTube subscribers
The need for trauma counseling continues to mount daily, and more than more than 50 people are on a wait list with hopes that charitable donors will match their funds for services.
Our restoration ministry for survivors include hourly appointments and intensive ministry sessions, life skills education and development, financial aid for intensive ministry and support and financial aid for lodging during intensive ministry. We also provide education and mentoring for support people, which helps them know how to assist survivors with life skills.
Our vision is to see every captive set free through God's mercy. Your gift will help further our mission to love and care for survivors. As a non-profit, we couldn't do it without your faithful donations, Amazon Smile contributions and support!
- Your gift of $35 can become $70.
- Your gift of $60 can become $120
- Your year-end donation of $120 can be worth $240
Any amount you give to Discovering MErcy, up to a total of $5,000, will help fight human trafficking and other serious traumas like childhood abuse and can have double the impact to help fund care, support and mentoring, so please consider giving a donation today.
As a reminder, any gift given between now and Tuesday, December 31st will be doubled AND will be tax-deductible!
Again, we are ever so grateful to be able to make an impact on behalf of survivors--and we couldn't do so without your support.
One person can really do so much--thanks for making a difference!
In HIS mercy,
Fern & Audrey