Your Donations Help Us Serve

Faith Partners is a 501c3 non-profit organization. We welcome donations of any amount, but below are some suggested levels of support. We appreciate any generosity from individuals, groups and organizations willing to make a contribution to this important life-saving, life-giving work.

The ongoing work of developing effective spiritual responses to substance use disorders is an ambitious endeavor. Faith Partners appreciates your tax-deductible gifts and contributions in support of this congregational ministry and service to the community. Your generosity will further our work in bridging the recovery and faith communities. Use the Donate button below to submit your secure donation.

Service Level

Option 1: $1-249

This level of giving is equal to the needed educational materials for a team to get a congregation ready for this important life-saving, life-giving ministry and service. These educational materials include a Congregational Readiness Toolkit as well as the ministry guides that accompany the Faith Partners Training Series.

Leadership Level

Option 2: $250-999

This level of giving is equal to the registration fee enabling 1-4 clergy to attend a two-day educational experience that can cultivate a more informed, compassionate response to addiction. And possibly open the door to developing a more long-term congregational team solution to this devastating family disease.

Congregation Level

Option 3: $1,000-4,999

This level of giving is equal to the costs of 1-5 congregational team receiving all the tools and strategies, educational materials, training series and consultation to develop an effective, sustainable response to individuals and families within their congregation and community affected and afflicted by behavioral health issues.

Mission Level

Option 4: $5,000+

This level of giving is equal to the needed educational materials and consultation services to equip a network of congregations within a local community. These networks provide greater impact, effectiveness, and sustainability regarding community substance misuse prevention efforts and community recovery support services.

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