Would You Like To Give a Donation?
Thank you so much for your donation. Many singles and couples will be reached because of your generosity. Together we can build a better future through stronger marriages. Help us to train younger generations. Your donations will help expand our ability to train mentors, plan workshops, run classes and organize activities where more singles can be reached and taught how to be healthy and whole in their preparation to Becoming the One.
A general donation allows Becoming the One the flexibility to direct your donation to where it is needed most. A contribution can be made on a one-time or recurring basis (monthly, quarterly, semi-annual, or annual contribution). General donations are used for the daily operational costs of the ministry such as administrative and professional staff salaries, training of coaches, and spreading the message of Becoming the One locally and to other countries. To make a general donation, click here.
For credit card or electronic fund transfer (EFT) donations from a checking or savings account.
Checks may be sent via mail to:
Please indicate on the memo line of your check how you wish for your donation to be utilized ( Becoming the One General Fund, sponsor mentors and coaches, sponsor one of the projects we are involved with).
To save money on postage, paper, printing, and handling, we prefer to send receipts via email. Please write your email address legibly below your name and address on the face of the check. If you do not use email, please write “no email” on the front of the check so that we can update our records.
Please do not include any correspondence with your check. Checks are handled by a banking service and Becoming the One will not receive any correspondence included. Becoming the One receives a scanned copy of the check only.
Becoming the One Representative:
Becoming the One has a partnership with Acts of Mercy. Acts of Mercy is a California non-profit, non-denominational religious corporation. Acts of Mercy has received recognition of tax exempt status under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code.