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Join a worldwide community of people who are financially supporting The Society in its mission to bring the New Message from God to humanity. Your gift will forge the foundation for all that we are doing currently and beyond.

Ways to support the New Message

Pillars of the New Message are an integral part of the foundation for the education and outreach mission of The Society. A Pillar of the New Message commits to giving $100 or more every month. 300 Pillars are needed to meet annual costs. Being a Pillar is an expression of your relationship with the New Message, its Messenger and its urgent gift for the world. Become a forerunner in the world and a way shower for others who are seeking to live an inspired life and carry out their purpose in an emerging world. Friends of the New Message contribute on a monthly basis to the core work of The Society. For years, the Friends have provided a solid foundation for The Society’s growing endeavors. Friends of the New Message are individuals who commit to giving at what ever level is possible for them.
If life has given you the financial means to become a Benefactor, you may have a historic role in assuring the success and preservation of the New Message from God into the deep future. Legacy Giving can be done progressively in single donations, or through these mediums of giving: Establishment of an Endowment Gift of stock or real estate Charitable Bequests in your will Designating The Society as a beneficiary of an insurance policy or a retirement plan To discuss these and other options for benefactor giving, please contact Will Burrows at (800) 938-3891. The Society for The New Message from God is a religious non-profit 501(c)(3) organization registered in the United States, dedicated to presenting and preserving the sacred texts and recordings of The New Message from God.

To contribute with a credit card by telephone, please Call: 1-800-938-3891


To donate by check, please send your check in a sealed envelope to:

P.O. Box 1724
Boulder, CO 80306-1724

Checks may also be written to “Society for the GCWK.”

Donations can also be faxed to us at: (303) 938-1214. Please include your name, address and phone number, as well as the amount you would like to give, your card number and its expiration date.

For information on other methods of donating, please contact The Society at: , Tel. (303) 938-8401.


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All contributions are tax-deductible where applicable under law.

Do you shop online and are you interested in raising funds for The Society for the New Message? Click on the webpage below for the links and The Society will receive up to 12% of the value of your purchase at the following stores and retailers. This is a simple way to financially support the work of the New Message through your normal online shopping choices.

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Founded by Marshall Vian Summers in 1992, The Society is committed to bringing a New Message from God into the world and to people everywhere; so that humanity can find its common ground, preserve the Earth, protect human freedom and advance human civilization as we stand at the threshold of great change.

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