Throughout the year, the Thrivent Member Network–Southeast Region hosts several events across the region, giving members an opportunity to come together, learn and share what it means to be wise with money and live their lives more generously. Looking forward, our hope is to foster greater connection among our members by sharing stories of how you are making a difference in the lives of others. We’ll also continue to find ways to learn what matters to you—what activities you want to be involved in and how you’d like us to connect with you.
If you are working from home these days, you could be saving 2-3 hours a day in prep and travel time. We encourage you to take advantage of those extra hours to educate yourself.
More than Money Matters is a series of educational workshops designed to help participants take steps to improve their financial well-being. The workshops incorporate Christian values with timely financial topics – protecting against identity theft, building a credit history, talking to elderly parents, and more.
Are you interested in reading about how this Thrivent member is making a difference here in our region and across Latin America and the Caribbean? Angel Aloma is featured on LiveGenerously.com during this season of Lent.
"As executive director of Food For The Poor, Thrivent member Angel Aloma has helped build the Coconut Creek, Florida, nonprofit into one of the 100 largest charitable organizations in the United States.
Food For The Poor brings more than meals to impoverished people throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. Aloma's organization also provides water, shelter and other emergency relief."
If you have ever wondered what might be the ideal volunteer fit for yourself, you are not alone. Take a few minutes and ask yourself these five questions to find the ideal volunteer experience for you. Answering these five questions can help you find a volunteer experience that engages your heart, mind and skills.
While statistics show that Americans are volunteering less, we know that there are ample opportunities to make a difference. To learn how you can give back in your local community, check out Thrivent Action Teams.
NASCAR driver, Corey LaJoie, and his wife Kelly have always had a passion for bringing shoes to children in need. LaJoie mentioned this to his Thrivent Financial professional, Lucas Beatty, and he made the connection to Samaritan’s Feet. He decided to give up one month’s salary to pay for his car to be wrapped in a Samaritan’s Feet car wrap for the Cup race at Watkins Glen International in August. LaJoie raised money online through his personal Hope Givers page with the names of each donor being written on his car regardless of the amount donated. He expected to raise between $15,000 - $20,000. Instead, more than 1,700 donors have contributed an average of $113 to reach over $200,000. “I've felt God pull at my heartstrings with this project, and there is absolutely no better fit being that my longtime racing nickname is ‘SuperShoe.’ Now being a ‘SuperShoe’ is being a part of something bigger than myself to bring the gift of a new pair of shoes as well as the gift of salvation through Jesus Christ to all the ends of the earth through Samaritan’s Feet.
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See a need? Meet a need. Thrivent Action Teams make it easy to do. You provide the passion and volunteer team. We provide a variety of resources to increase your impact.
Put your volunteer skills to work for short or long-term projects helping families in need of a safe and decent place to call home.
Make personal donations through an online giving platform offered in partnership with InFaith Community Foundation. Eligible members can recommend which enrolled organizations, from a list of thousands, receive charitable outreach funds through the Thrivent Choice® program.
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