Mercury One Nazarene Fund Raises Millions

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We value life, all life.

BlazeTV founder and host, Glenn Beck

“We value life, all life,” media personality Glenn Beck stated on his BlazeTV show and radio program Friday morning after announcing $19,818,490.58 was raised by his audience. Mr. Beck made the on-air plea to raise funds Wednesday, August 18, 2021, in an effort to gain freedom for persecuted religious minorities in Afghanistan through The Nazarene Fund charity. Mr. Beck set a lofty goal of $20 million by Friday, August 20, 2021. The funds will be used for the extraction of 5,000 of those being persecuted.

The entrepreneur and New York Times best-selling author founded the 501(c)(3) charity Mercury One in 2011 to inspire a movement that can overcome any obstacle through the power of goodness in individuals. The charity focuses on innovative educational strategies that include the American Journey Training Center in Irving, Texas, and partners with such heavyweights to preserve the truth in history and teach forgotten history as WallBuilders and PragerU.

The charity’s humanitarian arm helps provide not only monetary relief for natural disasters but states their mission is to also “restore and rebuild the human spirit.” The Nazarene Fund was established in 2014 due to the Yazidi people in Iraq, who believe in one god, being enslaved by ISIS. Rescue teams, complied of former elite soldiers and intelligence personnel, and some of the most brilliant minds and bravest people in the world, extract those persecuted and arrange safe harbor in alternate countries. Unfortunately, at the time of this writing, the United States was not one of the countries interested in receiving these persecuted refugees currently in Afghanistan.

As of 10:00 a.m. EST, the fund is reportedly up to $21,123.541.60, and by 10:30 a.m. EST, Beck reported that the first plane carrying 300 Christians had taken off from Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan.

To find out more about BlazeTV, Mercury One, or The Nazarene Fund, visit, or Donations can be made online, by phone at 972-499-4747, or by mail with a check addressed to: The Nazarene Fund, P. O. Box 140489, Irving, Texas 75014.

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