The Alliance donated more than $8,000 to charities in November and we wanted to let you know which organizations benefitted from the Good Samaritan Bonus program.
Mike and Michele Alleman selected their family church to receive their Good Samaritan Bonus to continue its ministry. A unique aspect of the church is their learning experiences for each age group of children and young adults, with provisions for Special Needs as well.
Donations allow the Goads to have an impact in many lives. The G5 Church and G5 Ranch are places of worship, renewal and inspiration.
Joe and Tawnee Walker pledged their GSB to the Medical Relief Center to provide Alternative Medicine and Health Practitioners in their area.
Adam Johnson feels strongly about this urban outreach program and trusts hi GSB will help victims overcome their limiting walls by finding their needs met at this facility. Adam is among a select group of agents with The Alliance that continually earns GSB for Source MN on a monthly basis.
This outreach program in Florida supports a safe house in the Dominican Republic for individuals or families to heal from the trauma of human trafficking. Kristina Gustin's GSB will be used well by this charity.
Jay Turner has family ties to this place of worship in Baltimore, MD and felt led to donate his GSB to their ministry.
Four different agents pledged their GSB to continue the research and treatment this amazing facility has provided for more than 55 years.
Angela Clark donated her GSB to this organization that helps families who are affected by children with Congenital Heart Disease.
Belle Crause is donating one of the American Cancer Society's largest fundraising events.
Jim Ruppel felt led to donate his GSB to this parish and its ministries.
A place of worship that serves the community in Mississippi is exactly where Donie Holmes-Brown wanted to place her GSB.
Andrew and Paula Argenio shared their GSB with this Wilmington, N.C. church. Their donation will provide resources for people in need and ministry to the congregation.
John Davis is contributing his GSB to a nutritional study that links a person's diet to diseases.
Don Martin's GSB to this non-denominational movement will help train and coach leaders across Africa.
John and Kerry Williams want their GSB to fill the shelves at this food pantry in their hometown.
David Ranmarine's foundation of choice has locations in 12 states and has awarded nearly $16 million in scholarships to students.
Thomas Kleinschnitz' contribution will provide food, love and education to the children in this orphanage. Construction is also underway for an onsite medical facility.
Eric and Sheryl Lardie are local believers and supporters of their South Roseville, MI congregation and donated their GSB to that cause.
Elisabeth Christopher felt led to donate her GSB to her local church in its ministry.
Adam and Beth Katz hope their GSB will bring life changing therapies to end Type 1 Juvenile Diabetes. This cause is close to both their hearts because their son has diabetes and has to deal with it on a daily basis.
Karyn Mousel's donation is to an organization that gives hope, love and gifts to persons in the community living with a mental illness.
Terry Edwards recognized a need when he donated to this adoption and foster program. Founded in 1902, they have found over 21,000 children their forever home.
Scott Broatan's GSB is assisting in the ministry of this nondenominational church in Washington State. Slightly untraditional and completely intentional, the center spreads God's Love at every opportunity.
Andy Logan trusts his GSB will help this foundation assist families dealing with cancer, alcohol and drug addiction.
Gil Stulting-Flores would like to see his GSB feed local residents in his Texas county who lack access to adequate food.
By donating her GSB, Mandie Shalhoob is providing the largest No Kill municipal animal shelter in the U.S. to take in surrendered animals and place them in forever homes.
Michico Miller chose to support an organization that makes a difference across the country and around the world.
Jenn Sabo supports this local church that believes No one is perfect. Everyone is welcome. Anything is possible.
Chris Davis contributed to this non-profit organization that supports educational and literary growth to children and young adults.
This organization is comprised of volunteers that are Court Appointed Special Advocates for children in two Texas counties, and earned Debbie Key's GSB to fund their efforts.
Ben Smallidge supports this local Michigan church as they worship together, and participate in local fund raisers for food pantries and more.
Ryan Tiano contributes to this movement that provides food, medical care, housing and other basic assistance.
Bryant and Charity Marshall shared their GSB with this local ministry to continue the work it is doing in their Georgia community.
Marty Doggett's donation will help this mission end domestic violence through support, prevention and social change.