The Alliance donated more than $15,000 to charities in August on the strength of 78 agents earning Good Samaritan Bonus checks. A total of $103,550 has been donated to charities this year through the GSB program.
Eric Bellaire, Bill Cook, Nick Narlis, Minerve Prophil and Robert Wilson led the way, as each earned $350 for the charity of their choice. East Coast Christian Center, Tim Goad International, Branchburg (N.J.) Rotary, Dolney Compassionate Center, Inc. and Abounding Grace Family Worship Center each were selected to receive checks for $350.
Mike and Michele Alleman (Clear Creek Community Church), Debbie Benn (American Heart Association), Miles Gaydos (Tim Goad International), Matt Goodrich (TGI), Mark Hutcheson (Frontline Missions International), Pam Moore (TGI), Michael and Angie Owens (Celebration Youth Football League), Jeremy Patton (TGI), Marcus Richardson (TGI) and Gil and Julia Stulting-Flores (Bethlehem Place) each earned $300 to donate to charities.
A total of 18 agents earned $250 checks for charities. That group donated to TGI, Emmanuel Church, Cooks Children's Medical Center, the Sydney Caudle Scholarship Fund at Surry Community College, Elevation Church, FIGHT Ministries, Tom Green County Humane Society, Source MN, Open Baskets MN, Bethesda Church, BAPS Shri Swaminarayan Mandir, Embrace Grace, Survivors of Suicide and Nuestra Senora de Guadalupe Church.
At the $200 level, a group of eight agents earned checks for TGI, The Lamb's Chapel, Finding Fish Ministries, Vive Health Center and the American Cancer Society.
An additional 15 agents earned $150 checks and donated money to TGI, Isabel's House, Etiwanda High School Band, Relay for Life of Whatcom County, Grace Fellowship Church, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Miracle Outreach Ministry, Friends of the Israel Defense Forces and Medical Relief International.
Rounding out the GSB checks in August were 22 agents who each earned $100 checks for the charity of their choice. The Alliance agents selected TGI, All Believers in Christ Church (Feed The Hungry Fund), Freedom Fellowship Church, Lighthouse Rescue Mission, American Red Cross, Calvary Baptist Church, Northwest Harvest, Legacy 360 Mentoring, The Triumph Foundation, Dayton (Ohio) Autism Society, United For Puerto Rico, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Beacon Baptist Church, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, Divine Faith Walkers Church and New Life COGIC.
The Alliance has donated more than $250,000 to charities and non-profits through the Good Samaritan Bonus program since its inception. We congratulate all of our August check earners and the charities they chose to support.