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Make an Impact With Us

When counseling is needed, cost shouldn’t be a barrier.  Consider supporting therapy that can impact generations to come!

Spring Life Ministries, Inc. is organized and operated as a nonprofit corporation

exempt from tax under Section 501(c)(3).  

Spring Life's application for exemption recognition is currently being filed with the IRS, and we expect to receive it in the near future.  Donations given prior to the approval of the 501(c)(3) will be retroactively tax-deductible upon approval of the 501(c)(3).

Your tax-deductible gift will support Spring Life Counseling's efforts to heal and restore couples and individuals in crisis, strengthen and equip parents and families, and help children and adults recover from the effects of unresolved trauma.

 

100% of your donation will go towards helping to remove that “cost-barrier”!

If you wish, you can designate to these funds:

Intensive Retreat Scholarship Fund
Supports couples and individuals participating in Relational Care Intensives and the Accelerated Relational Care process to bring healing and growth in all relationships.

Spring Life Care Fund
Helps reduce therapy costs when:

  • Several family members need therapy

  • Trauma treatment requires long-term care

  • Under-employment, job loss or other health expenses strain finances

Spring Life Care funds make it possible for clients in these situations to receive the help needed.​

To Donate to Spring Life Counseling:

You may mail a check to:

Spring Life Counseling

Attn:  Courtney Putnam, Ph.D., LPC

970 Woodstock Pkwy, Ste 210

Woodstock GA 30188

“This is how everyone will recognize that you are my disciples – 
when they see the love you have for each other,” John 13:35 (The Message).

 

 

*In accordance with IRS Publication 526, contributions made to SpringLife Counseling's Intensive Scholarship and Spring Life Care funds are tax deductible.  However, contributions set aside for use by a specific person, such as scholarship/grant donations for the tuition of a specific client or couple, are not deductible for tax purposes.  If you have questions, please consult your tax professional.

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