Create a Christmas to remember for men and women entering our program by gifting items necessary for a healthy recovery. 

This Christmas, you can bring hope to someone seeking healing from addiction by sponsoring items necessary for their recovery. Individuals entering our program need items that will allow them to fully take advantage of the recovery being offered to them. Giving Christmas enables The Foundry to provide these items to participants. 

 

Here’s how this works:

You donate a Christmas gift(s) through Giving Christmas.

We ensure our program participants receive the gift.

You receive a special letter thanking you for your generosity.

 

Interested in giving a gift in honor of someone else this Christmas? Simply enter their information into the Tribute Information box on the donation page. We will ensure that person receives a personal note letting them know you’ve given on their behalf.

 

Give a Gift. Change a Life. 

$25

The Genesis Process Relapse Prevention Workbook

This Biblically-based curriculum is used by participants and their counselors to create a personal relapse prevention plan.
The Genesis Process allows our participants to identify self-defeating behavior patterns and apply tools to live free from those patterns.

Gift a Workbook

$130

Mattress

With over 1000 men and women coming through our doors each year, our mattresses experience a lot of wear and tear over the course of 12 months.
We know the value of a good night’s rest and we strive to provide that to our participants during their healing process. 

Gift a Mattress

$40

Toiletries

Basic toiletries are essential to practicing proper personal hygiene.
These toiletries create an opportunity for staff to educate participants on caring for themselves which leads to a higher quality of life.

Gift Toiletries

$10

Bible

We believe the Word of God transforms hearts and minds.
It is our honor to gift each new participant with a Bible of their own.

Gift a Bible


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