We’ve doubled in size and reach during the pandemic, and we need new sustaining donors to help us continue this momentum. Over 95% of our budget goes toward programming and staff so that we can care for our students’ bodies, minds, and spirits. Your gifts directly impact our students’ lives, providing for nourishing meals, engaging programs, and critical pastoral care. Especially during the pandemic when many of our volunteers cannot bring dinner or lead programming, we have relied on generous monetary gifts to support our ministry.
Labyrinth is supported by six Austin congregations and individuals like you. To become a sustaining donor with a monthly donation of $5, $10, $25, or more, please click the “GIVE” button below. If you would like a Labyrinth minister to speak with your pastor or church about becoming a supporting congregation, please email Shelby.
We are so grateful for our 9 years of ministry to the students of the University of Texas and to all of you who make this possible.
Grace and peace,
Shelby, Anna, and Haley
Your gifts help us expand our programs, our outreach, and of course, our food budget! Labyrinth is a 501(c)3 organization, so 100% of your donation is tax-deductible, and you will receive a contributor statement in January. You can donate online with a credit or debit card or bank account information. Click the button below to make a one-time or recurring online donation. Thank you for your support!
Become a sustaining donor!
As we approach the end of our ninth year in ministry, we are looking to expand our base of individual donors to help sustain our ministry far into the future. We invite you to consider making a one-time donation or signing up to become a monthly sustaining donor, at whatever level your budget will allow.
Because we work primarily with students, you might consider a donation at one of the campus life-themed levels listed.
Thank you in advance for your support!
~ Rev. Shelby and the whole Labyrinthian crew
Our Core Practices
The ministry of Labyrinth is defined by three core practices:
with an emphasis on big questions over easy answers
of diverse, intersectional identities, including folx with disabilities
of the next generation of faith leaders and social justice advocates