-- Donors agree that survivors require caring communities to heal, and that congregations can be ideal examples of caring communities
-- With effective tools for self care and congregational care, donors believe that congregations can become even better caring communities, or learn how to be more caring even when they themselves have caused traumas
-- Donors want as many tools to be free to ordained and lay ministers as possible.
-- Donors believe that there are good tools available – including useful books, articles, films, guides, and educational forums – but not enough. They understand that, with your and their support, ICTG can produce more of the tools ministers and congregations need today.
If you share these same goals, contribute to expanding ICTG programs for ordained and lay ministers. Get latest research on healing from trauma into ministers' hands. Give ministers more opportunities to hear from leading experts in congregational growth after trauma. And expand interfaces between latest youth ministry and spiritual direction practices and current trauma treatment practices. You can do so by donating online or by downloading this form to contribute by mail. Every dollar makes a difference. Through your generous gifts, we are very grateful for how you help us plan effectively and focus on our mission – giving ministers the tools they need to lead congregations well after trauma. We could not do it without you!