Help build the future of Mercury One

Dear Friend of Mercury One,

Every evening, I open my television program by saying “This is the network YOU are building.” I truly believe we are partners in TheBlaze.

Mercury One is no different – this is the charity YOU are building. Mercury One is entirely dependent upon supporters like you to carry out their missions. When I go on air and ask you to donate to Mercury One’s Disaster Relief Fund, I do so knowing that 100% of your donations, minus the credit card processing fee, will get to those on the ground.

While we are proud to have set this precedent, it makes it difficult to accomplish what we are trying to do now: start the next chapter.

Photo: Mercury One volunteers will paint it, clean it and refurbish it, but we still need your help. (Photo: Brick Castle Productions)

Photo: Mercury One volunteers will paint it, clean it and refurbish it, but we still need your help.
(Photo: Brick Castle Productions)

Through your support, Mercury One has built the reputation of being first to the scene and last to leave in disaster-stricken areas. Together, we have raised over $2 million for Oklahoma disaster relief, empowered over 300 churches and synagogues, provided support for Israel, gathered and distributed food through the successful “15 Trucks for 15 Cities” drive, and worked to bring 250 troops to the NASCAR Coca-Cola 600 so they could enjoy a day as a military family. And there has been so much more – all made possible by your support.

Recently, Mercury One’s procurement has been expanding; we have received many generous donations, including 1,000 flashlights, two tractor-trailers full of cereal, 600 family medical backpacks, and 10,000 twenty-four hour meals from Patriot Supply.

With these donations, Mercury One has outgrown their current offices, and they are ready to fill a 6,000-square-foot warehouse with supplies ready to be dispersed at a moment’s notice. This is a bold goal, but one that will take Mercury One to the next level in disaster relief work. Now is the time to show our fellow Americans that we will help our neighbors. We don’t need the government to do it for us.

This is Mercury One’s Next Frontier.

Photo: The New Mercury One Warehouse will help Mercury one better serve those in need and take their disaster relief to the next level. (Photo: Brick Castle Productions)

Photo: The New Mercury One Warehouse will help Mercury one better serve those in need
and take their disaster relief to the next level. (Photo: Brick Castle Productions)

Last summer, I challenged you to be ten times the person you were two years ago. Now I am asking something similar: please consider supporting Mercury One through one of the donor levels described below:

$20 Donation 

Mercury One logo sticker, Mercury One Membership and pin

$60 Donation

Limited edition Next Frontier Pin, Mercury One logo sticker, Mercury One Membership and pin

$450 Donation

Mercury One Silver Challenge Coin, Limited edition Next Frontier Pin, Mercury One logo sticker, Mercury One Membership and pin

$600 Donation

Be Ready Keep Ready Silver Challenge Coin, Mercury One Silver Challenge Coin, Limited edition Next Frontier Pin, Mercury One logo sticker, Mercury One Membership and pin

$1,200 Donation

Name on our Next Frontier banner in our new warehouse, Limited edition Next Frontier Pin, Mercury One logo sticker, Mercury One Membership and pin 

Donate online here: https://secure.qgiv.com/for/tnf/

With your support, we will be better prepared to respond to disaster, preserve integral pieces of history, stand for Israel, honor our veterans and active military, lift up the voices of those promoting positive culture, and so much more.

Please join Tania and I as we help Mercury One enter this new frontier and take on projects we couldn’t have imagined three years ago. We’ve been blessed to come so far in such a short period of time, but we now need your help.

Together we can restore America, with malice toward none and charity for all.

Sincerely,

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  • landofaahs

    I give through my church only, with the exception of the salvation army. The reason is because when help comes from the church, it comes from what people would be more accepting of. It comes from God. If we give in our own name then we have received our reward by men saying good things about us. But when we give through our church, it’s God who receives the praise. Doing things in the name of the Lord is what is most desired by God.

  • BlueMN

    “Conservative radio host Glenn Beck says he and his Mercury One charity paid $350,000 at a Manhattan auction for a U.S. flag that flew over a ship at Normandy on D-Day.”

    C’mon folks, those flags won’t buy themselves! without your dollars, people in a disaster wouldn’t have that flag in Glenn Beck’s closet to think about for inspiration.

  • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Kenway

    And you ingore the fact he is starting a museum. I know reality sucks for liberals but please try it some time.

  • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Kenway

    That is what I do as well but sometimes I do give to this outfit who keep World War 2 planes flying aound the country.

  • Watch it

    The major source of income for this charity (and the flag) is Beck’s 1791 clothing line. Personal contributions go to the specific cause (as directed by the donor) that is part of M One .

  • landofaahs

    “Give” is what I have a choice in. Take is what government does through taxes. Now if we as citizens could delegate where our taxes could be spent on, then maybe you have a point. But welfare when not designed to the quick removal of said people from the rolls of recipient is quite another thing. But I do appreciate you honest retort.

  • 1icecitizen

    Mercury One preserves history, thus the flag that some generations have not seen or heard of. It also makes sense to preserve people by assisting them through disaster. I do not think they contradict each other.

  • Anonymous

    you seem to have a fixation on that flag. Maybe you should go somewhere and get help.

  • Albert Aho

    Although beneficial accidents are rare, we can prepare for what they unveil by honing our own skills and learning from others’ experience.

  • http://truthofg.blogspot.com/ Connor Kenway

    Are you sure you are talking to me. I am confused.

  • http://twitter.com/bodiazrising BodiazRising

    I don’t go to church, so I give to M1 because it goes directly to those in need.

  • http://twitter.com/bodiazrising BodiazRising

    It seems more likely that he purchased it with his own money and “donated” it for M1 purposes.

  • Bob Kelley

    The Glenn Beck long con continues

  • BlueMN

    There’s nothing wrong with that. Re-enactment of a special episode of “Cops” with Glenn back in the 90′s. http://youtu.be/rpKeFApRpfs?t=3m2s

  • BlueMN

    First time I mentioned that flag.

  • Max Wells

    Where we are subjected to centralized control, the decisions, actions, and interactions available to us are restricted by the limited capabilities of the central minds.