The Human Spirit Project is designed to be a platform that delivers a message of both faith and hope to the people that need it the most. We know we can’t meet the entire world’s needs, but we can strive to help as many people as possible, and to that end, we are starting with those that are incarcerated and really need the support and guidance of a positive message.

We understand life isn’t getting easier and that nobody is immune from experiencing hard times, but if you are interested in coming alongside and helping spread our message of hope and offering support in a world where more darkness creeps in every day, there are 2 ways you can support us  … the first is to share our message, and the other is to make a tax-deductible contribution.

What Are We Doing?

  • The cornerstone of our project is getting the book, “Beyond Survival” into prisons and detention facilities across the United States. Beyond Survival delivers our foundational message of hope to people that need it most.

How Can You Support Us?

  • We have created a the Save-a-Life, Share-a-Book Program as path for you to become involved.
  • There are 2 options to help us keep moving forward; a one time donation or an ongoing commitment .. every donation helps!
  • This program is designed to ensure your donation is making a difference where it counts, books into the hands of people in prisons!
  • With your ongoing support, the HSP program will grow exponentially and allow us to reach this ever-expanding need identified in the Mission and Vision of Human Spirit Project.


  • Make a one time donation starting from $50.
  • Commit to monthly donation from as little as $10 per month.
  • For donations by mail, please send to P.O. Box 744, Montrose, Colorado, 81402

“At The Human Spirit Project, we believe every person is created in the image of God and thus possesses the innate ability to overcome adversity, even in the harshest of environments. We believe that through Faith we can search inside ourselves and find the strength needed to persevere in times of severe crisis.”