The Alliance posted a year-high for GSB donations in March with 97 winners who contributed $16,500 to charities and non-profit organizations. The charities supported covered an array of causes including churches, children's hospitals and food banks. Please see below to find out what charities were helped through the GSB program in March.
Annette Perez felt led to share her GSB with this evangelical church. Attendees and guests agree they feel the power of the Holy Spirit there.
Doug Becker wanted to see his GSB make a difference with his local chapter of this wonderful program that pairs children facing adversity with a strong mentoring relationship.
Clayton Twigg's GSB will offer help, hope and a voice for people with brain injuries and their families.
This worldwide body of believers will receive Jazmin Lightbourn's GSB and continue to worship united, and work hand-in-hand to share God's love and a message of hope to the brokenhearted.
This non-profit, volunteer-driven organization was the recipient of Mike Puleo's GSB. They are dedicated to finding a cure for these diseases and to improve the quality of life of children and adults affected by them.
When children's health becomes complicated, families turn to this facility for help. Marty and Diana Doggett's GSB will provide education and resources to navigate these conditions.
Jenny Patel's GSB will help provide a place of worship and be the Spiritual Resource Center for Hindu Community.
Jennifer Sabo shared her GSB with this group that equips Christians with the training and tools they need to make a lasting impact in the world.
Kyle Keator saw a need in this evangelical mission that connects people with strategic leaders domestically and overseas. Together they feed the spiritual and physical hunger in the needy.
This foundation is a Christian organization with a volunteer staff serving the poorest in Mexico. Mickey and Joanna Crews shared their GSB with the CUNA (nursery) division to provide round-the-clock care to ages newborn to 2 years of age,
Jacqueline Taliaferro-Faus supports this local church that shares the belief that Miracles Do Happen.
Paul Epstein contributed to this philanthropic group that exists to support the live saving work, research and technology of the Phoenix Children's Heart Center and Cardiac 3D Print Lab.
Leticia and Aleric Pillot supports this organization with their GSB as they seek to provide veterans with assistance and opportunities to insure a smooth and well-rounded return to civilian life.
Eric and Sheryl Lardie shared their GSB with this non-profit organization with a mission to grant hunting and fishing dreams for children age 21 and under who have been diagnosed with life threatening illnesses.
Kimberly Spinelli-Young's GSB will support this church that believes in growing hearts in Jesus.
Kyle Studer wanted to help this special church that provides an atmosphere of mercy, forgiveness, acceptance and love.
Nicola Ebanks helps this organization provide relief in a time of crisis. With her GSB, immediate needs like food, water, shelter and clothing can help families find hope.
Toshiba Allen shared her GSB with this local church where the Spirit of God is the motivating force.
Thomas Kleinschnitz knew this organization could use his GSB. The whole reason they exist is to bring the Gospel to every corner of life at UMD.
Angela Clark hopes her GSB will help this group in their research and search for a cure for heart defects that affect children.
Marcus and Karla Richardson saw a need in this organization that assures inclusion and enhance independence of people with Down Syndrome. They know the key is providing education, resources and support for individuals, families, professionals and the community.
Both Bill Cook and Nick Narlis donated to their local rotary club where members are dedicated professionals looking to make a difference through community service.
Brantley Dunn gladly gave his GSB to this soup kitchen that is operated solely by volunteers and serves and nourishing lunch Monday through Friday to anyone who needs their help.
Jim Ruppel's support goes to this local church that preaches Christ and justification for the sinner.
Brent Bules donated his GSB to this religious community of women that stands up for the protection and enhancement of the sacredness of every human life.
This church is the recipient of James and Angeline Coleman's GSB. Their mission is to proclaim God's Word, Serve the whole person, actively seek those in need and to be a lighthouse in the community.
J.F. Strawderman's GSB will go to this day program for adults who are coping with physical or cognitive challenges caused by Alzheimers Disease, stroke or other conditions that require supervision or assistance.
Gabriel Franco shared his GSB with this church that believes you are called to live out your purpose.
Eric Bellaire and Belinda McKinnell felt their GSBs would help this non-profit organization in their mission to help children, adults and veterans with spinal cord injuries to triumph over their disability.
Mesha Marsh supported this high school cheer team in Detroit with her GSB.
Steven and Latoya Moore promised their GSB to provide health-related services to youth ages 13 to 24 with this community program.
Paul and Samantha Minichino liked the simple mission statement of this organization,,,Helping animals. Helping people. Helping the community. Their GSB will assist in the variety of programs SPCA provides.