Contribute to The Leaves

At all times, support for The Leaves’ mission in the form of contributions toward general operations, benevolence, debt retirement, endowment or capital improvements – from individuals, Christian Science associations, branch churches, societies and groups, and from companies, trusts and foundations – are welcomed, needed and much appreciated.


The Leaves is incorporated and recognized by the federal Internal Revenue Service as a 501 (c) (3) organization.

Ways you can support The Leaves:

  • By clicking on “Contribute Now”.

  • Call (972) 643-3523 to make contributions by credit card directly over the phone or to set up contributions that will be electronically deducted from your checking account or charged to your credit card.

  • Mail checks to: The Leaves, 1230 West Spring Valley Road, Richardson, Texas, 75080-7709.

  • Contribute a designated amount each month, each quarter, semi-annually, or each year.

  • Make a contribution tied to a charitable matching gift program offered by your employer.

  • Donate stocks, bonds, or other securities (donations of appreciated securities have additional tax advantages to the donor).

  • Make a bequest to The Leaves in your will.

  • Make The Leaves a beneficiary of a life insurance policy, or a retirement plan (e.g., annuities, 401(k)’s or IRAs).

  • Engage in estate planning, make The Leaves a beneficiary of a charitable remainder or other trust that in the meantime will provide you with income and tax advantages.

  • Donate land or other property.

  • Donate in kind gifts such as silver, artwork, jewelry, vehicles, furniture, equipment, or professional services.

  • Suggest to your branch church, society, group or association to send in regular and special contributions to The Leaves.

  • Help us identify individuals, foundations, companies and others who might be contacted to join in support of The Leaves.

Thou to whose power our hope we give,

Free us from human strife.

Fed by Thy love divine we live,

For Love alone is Life;

And life most sweet, as heart to heart Speaks kindly when we meet and part.

 

Poems