The Alliance kept its GSB giving momentum going in May as it awarded 84 GSB checks to agents to donate $13,850 to charities around the world.
Those numbers topped April's 75 GSB checks and $13,300 to help bring the annual total to $65.950 through May.
The Alliance donated to 57 different charities in a broad number of areas from food drives, disease research efforts and several local churches.
Diana Vicol is using her GSB to help this branch assist in developing personal and spiritual care to personnel and families on the N.C.-based Marine base in Lejeune.
Dave and Michelle Johnson and Angela Clark selected this Burlington-area church to receive two GSBs in May. This comfortable and non-intimidating church encourages members to seek a life that honors our Savior. Pastor Brian Biggers is a great friend of The Alliance and Andy Albright. He has spoken to The Alliance at Instant Thunder, Family Reunion and other engagements.
This animal rescue sanctuary sits on 80 acres and provides a "No Kill" community that Bill Cummings supports with many of his GSB checks.
Nathan and Melody Thomas support the teaching of Brigham Young with their GSB. In the early years of the Church he told his children that "Our time is all the capital God has given us, and if we waste that we are bankrupt indeed."
Volunteers and donations are the key to success for this organization, and Cindy and Roy Tapia was happy to share her GSB with them. This disease is a genetic lung disorder and needs more research and support to provide awareness and a cure.
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.
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.
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. He made this GSB donation in memory of Dr. JL Williams, who passed away in late 2016. JL's son, Joseph runs Feed The Hunger and is based out of the Burlington, N.C. area.
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.
Diana and Mike Casteel support this corporation of the Jehovah's Witnesses that publishes literature and performs operational and administrative functions.
Eric and Bobbi Bellaire of Melbourne, Fla. selected the North Florida Chapter of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation to get their GSB check in May. JDRF got even more support when Adam and Beth Katz chose to support the Wilmington, N.C. chapter of the organization.
Joe and Tawnee Walker pledged their GSB to the Medical Relief Center to provide Alternative Medicine and Health Practitioners in their area. The Walkers, who live in Washington state, are big supporters of this organization. They have donated their last four GSB checks to Medical Relief International.
Adam and Theresea Johnson feel strongly about this urban outreach program and trusts their 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 and Les Gustin's GSB will be used well by this charity. Katrina is one of the top producers with The Alliance and has earned a GSB check each month since November of 2016.
Belle Crause supports the American Cancer Society chapter near her home in Whatcom County through Relay for Life events.
Karyn and Steve Mousel's donation is to an organization that gives hope, love and gifts to persons in the community living with a mental illness. The charity operates near the Mousels' hometown in Minnesota.
Jenn Moore selected The Conservators Center, which provides a safe haven and food for at-risk animals in the Alamance County area, to benefit from her May GSB check. She made this selection in honor of Jeff and Nancye Bright, who are avid supporters of this center and work closely with The Alliance.
Other charities helped through the GSB in May were: Dallas Pets Alive, Aurora Commanders Fil-Am Fairway Golf Club Scholarship Program, Fountain Gate Church, Summit Christian Center, Etiwanda High School Band, Central Mt. Clemens Congregation, House of Prayer, Operation Warm Foundation, Charity Birthday Blessings, Good Shepherd Hospice of Lakeland, Fla., Tiny Acorns, Family Worship Center, The Bridge Church, All Believers Church - Feed the Hungry, VFW Post 1275 Honor Detail, Griffith Elementary School, Mesa Caledonian Pipe Band, Pastor Dave Guinn, Northwest Harvest of Washington, American Cancer Society, Good Shepherd Parish, Legacy 360 Mentoring, New Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church, Impact Water, Living Word Harvest of Dallas, Total Body of Believers Worship Center, Hope Children's Home, Share His Cross Ministries, Umbrella Center for Domestic Violence Services, Church Hill Academy and Tim Goad Ministries.