Join a community of monthly donors passionate about supporting mental wellbeing and reducing stigma around mental health.
New monthly donors will have their gifts matched all year long by a generous donor. So, your $10 becomes $20, your $50 becomes $100.
In Luke 24:13-35, we read of two downcast disciples who encounter Jesus on the road to Emmaus. This picture of Jesus walking alongside his disciples amidst their grief and sorrow serves as inspiration for the Alongside Monthly Donor Club.
As an Alongside member, you’ll be journeying not only with Sanctuary, but also with the people we are impacting through our resources.
No minimum donation is required—just a heartfelt desire to see the Church flourish as a supportive place for all.
Alongsiders will receive sneak peeks of our exciting upcoming projects, updates, a behind-the-scenes look at the Sanctuary team, and incredible stories about how people and communities have been impacted by Sanctuary’s resources. If you’d like to be a part of that impact, consider donating monthly and become an Alongsider today.
I was drawn to The Sanctuary Course as it allowed me to explore different facets of mental health in the Christian context. Though I’ve never been shy about my struggles with anxiety, I felt somewhat alone and that I could only talk about struggles that I had overcome with my church community. What I love about this course is how open and honest it was about the existence of mental illnesses in the church. [...] It also helped to affirm the things that God has taught me through my own mental health journey, that these struggles don’t hinder faith, but can instead strengthen it.
"Your ministry is one of the first ministries that, within the Church, makes me feel understood and not like I have to hide or simplify my mental health for anyone, but I can be me and the way that God sees me, loves me, and supports me, and with language that is easily understood."
"This course has truly been an answer to prayer. Not only is it helping me to educate my church family on a topic very close to my heart, but it is also encouraging me to be more intentional about advocating for mental health within the larger body of Christ."