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Give Today to Reach the Next Generation
North Texas Giving Day is here once again! Will you help us reach the next generation? Your generosity will empower ICR and the brand-new ICR Discovery Center for Science & Earth History to help families, children, and students discover how science confirms creation.
 
This 18-hour online giving event draws support for North Texas nonprofits through one easy-to-use website. Please visit ICR’s North Texas Giving Day page to offer a gift of any amount.
 
How can you help?
  • Pray for ICR’s ministry to impact lives in North Texas and beyond.
  • Contribute financially to help us continue this vital mission.
  • Spread the word about ICR’s ministry via social media, texting, and email.
  • Volunteer with ICR and the ICR Discovery Center.
How will your gifts impact ICR’s ministry?
 
Every dollar sent, prayer lifted up, and post shared online is a blessing to us and hundreds of thousands of believers around the world. Today’s donations will help ICR produce biblical science resources, host live events, and cross the fundraising finish line for the ICR Discovery Center.
 
We thank the Lord for your ongoing prayers and support!
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