Hardship Fund and Covenant Eyes

For years, Covenant Eyes has helped members pay for our monitoring software and filtering service via the Covenant Eyes Hardship Fund. Select an option below to learn about our Hardship Fund:

What is the Hardship Fund?

Covenant Eyes’ Hardship Fund pays for qualifying members to use Covenant Eyes’ monitoring software (Screen Accountability) and filtering service for free for up to three months.

This fund is self-paid by Covenant Eyes and by member and non-member donations.

How do I apply for financial help via the Hardship Fund?

The Account Administrator (Admin) can contact our Member Care team to apply for financial assistance via the Hardship Fund.

If you are not the Admin but want to apply for the Hardship Fund, don’t hesitate to contact us. We’re happy to discuss your situation with you!

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Yes, anyone can donate money to the Covenant Eyes Hardship Fund via check. Please mail checks to this address:

Covenant Eyes Hardship Program
P.O. Box 637
Owosso, MI 48867

Are my donations to the Hardship Fund tax-deductible?

The Covenant Eyes Hardship Program is not an official charity organization, and donations are therefore not tax-deductible.

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Are there other ways to lower my subscription?

There are a few steps you can take to lower your Covenant Eyes subscription:

Use Our Referral Program

Every time someone subscribes to Covenant Eyes via your referral link, we will credit your bill $20. To learn more, read How do I Refer a Friend to Covenant Eyes?

Switch from Yearly to Monthly Billing

We bill you annually for yearly subscriptions in a single lump-sum charge. Contact Member Care to switch from yearly to monthly billing, which breaks up your subscription into smaller, more manageable payments.

Review Your Subscription Options

Contact Member Care to review your subscription options and see if you are on the most cost-effective subscription for your needs.

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