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Thank you for your support

Make a Gift

Your support keeps ThriveOn Wellness Retreat operational and allows us to charge a lower fee for our services. Due to the generous gifts of our supporters, we can subsidize the cost of every participant that  attends our programs. Your financial gifts help the global Christian worker to receive support for them to continue to ThriveOn the field. If you are able, please prayerfully consider donating to ThriveOn to keep our ministry going.

If you wish to give by check, please write your check to ThriveOn Wellness Retreat and mail it to
ThriveOn, 1411 Wunsche Loop 2166, Spring, TX 77383.


For questions and assistance, please email us at or call (877) 678-7323.

Contribution Policy

ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization and its operating budget is comprised mostly of financial contributions, donations, and gifts. Contributions made to the organization are tax deductible as charitable contributions for federal and state income tax purposes. 

The terms "funds," "contributions," "gifts," and "donations" are used interchangeably throughout this policy document unless otherwise stated. 

Contribution Receipts

Tax receipts shall be issued for all contributions at the time the gift is processed. Unless otherwise indicated, no good or services have been given in exchange for the gift. All donations are non-refundable, and in the event of an error in processing your donation, please contact us at


Gifts to ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center may be made in any US dollar amount for the benefit of the organization. Designated gifts will be accepted for specific ministry or programs with the understanding that ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center has complete discretion and control over the use of all donations. Unrestricted gifts will be disbursed to the area of greatest need.

Cash Contributions

ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center will accept gifts of cash, checks, money orders, and payments via credit or debit card or electronic fund transfer. Bank checks will be accepted from donors who elect to contribute via their bank's bill pay system.

Marketable Securities

ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center will accept gifts of publicly traded securities, stocks, and bonds, whether held in certificate form or electronically. Stock that is held electronically with a brokerage firm may be electronically transferred to ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center's brokerage account. Please call us at (877) 678-7323 to discuss further and receive specific instructions for the transfer.

Planned Giving

ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center will accept a variety of planned giving options including wills, revocable living trusts, charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, beneficiary proceeds, and life insurance. Please provide advanced notification so that specific instructions may be given.

Corporate Matching Gifts

ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center will accept donations from organizations that have matching gift programs.

Amazon Smile

ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center will accept donations from The Amazon Smile Foundation who donates 0.5% of the sale of eligible items to ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center as a preferred charity.


It shall be the responsibility and legal obligation of the donor to seek and obtain advice from his or her professional financial advisors, to substantiate any tax deductions, and to comply with IRS regulations and policies, including the filing of IRS Form 8283.


The donor is responsible for (a) the fees of independent legal counsel retained by donor for completing a gift to ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center; (b) any appraisal and appraisal report fees; (c) the cost of any environmental assessments, audits, and reviews; (d) any title searches, reports, insurance, or binders (in the case of real property); and (e) all other third-party costs and fees associated with the transfer of the gift to ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center.

Valuation of Gifts

ThriveOn Wellness Retreat Center shall record gifts received at their valuation on the date of gift, except that, when a gift is irrevocable, but is not due until a future date, the gift may be recorded at the time the gift becomes irrevocable in accordance with GAAP.