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Thivent to Match up to $1 Million

As historic rains bring rising floodwaters, devastation and casualties to our communities, we need your support now more than ever. Make a donation today to help communities affected by the hurricane and Thrivent will double your impact!

Thrivent will match up to $1 million in personal donations made online through Thrivent.com to specific disaster relief organizations helping with ongoing recovery efforts – including ours! The matching opportunity will run through December 31, 2018, or until the $1 million goal is met, whichever comes first. Thrivent will also help pay processing fees, so 100 percent of your donation goes to help those in need. To find out more, visit Thrivent.com/disasterresponse.

We also encourage Thrivent members to take immediate action and provide critical and timely resources by holding a Thrivent Action Team. When you identify a community need, assemble a team to address it and take action. Thrivent provides all the promotional resources and $250 in seed money to bring it to life. Use promo code: Hurricane Florence to receive your expedited kit.


Categories: Disaster Relief

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