WAYS TO GIVE
By giving to New Ebenezer Retreat, you will become a part of our story and legacy. You will insure the preservation of programs, facilities, and future memories to be made. We cannot wait to partner with you!
Your Donation is Deductible. New Ebenezer Retreat and Conference Center is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our Federal EIN is 58-1298813. All donations are tax-deductible within the United States. We are happy to provide a letter of acknowledgement for every donation as well as a receipt.
New Ebenezer operates as a nonprofit organization which means that we depend on the generosity of our donors to keep the Retreat Center today and for future generations. There are many ways to contribute to our mission, which will in turn be a blessing on the many children, families, and groups that call this place their Home Away From Home.
If you make a general monetary donation, it will be used for our highest needs of operation. These unrestricted gifts make a difference in our daily needs as well as for larger projects.
In-kind donations are extremely helpful. We can utilize supplies, tools, and other material goods in many ways that work toward moving New Ebenezer forward.
You may choose to donate to a specific project that we have the necessity or dreams to complete. We have many needs that, if met, could help New Ebenezer Retreat serve greater populations and many more generations to come. If you are interested in learning more about our planned improvements, please see below! For more information on any of our projects, please contact Clara Barnes at [email protected]
Drain Field Overhaul
New Pavilion Recreation Center
With the completion of the upgraded Boltzius Lake Pavilion in 2018, we have a vision to expand the area to include a recreation center. This facility would be a place to hold wedding receptions, classes for our Ebenezer ALIVE! program, team building retreats, and more. It is envisioned to be an open-air facility that would provide flexibility and accessibility for all.
Replacement of Chairs
Indian Council House
Low Ropes Course