Well of Mercy relies on the generosity of our donors to sustain this much-needed ministry, offering solitude and sanity in a peaceful environment. Donations can be made online, by phone, or by check. We are careful stewards of the financial resources you entrust to the ministry.
Thank you for making a tax-deductible donation. Well of Mercy is a 501(3)(c) non-profit. Our federal employer identification number is: 56-2156763.
“I feel like myself again for the first time in more than a year! This place is a perfect homecoming!”
We love our volunteers! If you’d like to spend time giving back either out-in-nature or inside at Well of Mercy, let us know. From tending the gardens, maintenance projects, assisting in the office, to special events – let us know what your interests and availability are. Sharing your time and talents with the ministry is a very valuable gift. Please contact the office to find out more. email@example.com.
Purchasing a gift certificate benefits both the ministry and a guest of your choice. Many people could use an overnight stay at Well of Mercy but may not have either the funds or the resolve to take time for themselves. You can be the encourager. Contact the office to purchase. While Gift Certificates make a great gift; they are not tax-deductible.
Matching Gift Programs
If your employer offers matching gifts, please contact your human resources department for the necessary forms to participate. This is a great way to DOUBLE your contribution. Note: Well of Mercy is listed on the Benevity Giving Platform.
Donating stock directly to Well of Mercy may have tax advantages for you, in addition to being most helpful in supporting the ongoing ministry at Well. Donors may bypass capital gains taxes and create a significant itemized tax deduction using this giving strategy. Consult with your CPA or financial planner to learn if this might be a good giving strategy for you.
Including Well of Mercy in your will or designating as a retirement plan beneficiary is a wonderful way to continue your legacy through Well’s ministry. You can specify Well receive a predetermined amount or designate the remainder of your estate to be distributed to Well of Mercy after the family is taken care of.
If you already have a will, you can easily amend it through a simple legal transaction known as a “codicil” that includes Well of Mercy as a beneficiary of your estate. Retirement accounts can make excellent charitable gifts, as individual beneficiaries may have significant income taxes incurred whereas non-profits like Well of Mercy will pay no income taxes on retirement plan proceeds (i.e. IRA, 401(k), 403(b), SEP, Profit Sharing Plans).