Tin Can Pilgrim is now live on Patreon! Patreon is a secure way to support content creators. Rather than cluttering my blog or future videos with ads, Patreon covers some of the costs by allowing those who like what they see to make a small (or larger) monthly contribution. You don’t need to contribute any financial support to have full access to the Tin Can Pilgrim blog and to subscribe to the blog’s e-newsletter. Your prayers and positive thoughts are always appreciated!
Join the pilgrimage as a patron on Patreon for an enhanced experience. The benefits are out of this world! You’ll share in the planting of small seeds to help people grow in their relationship with God through the work of Tin Can Pilgrim. I pray for all my readers and their intentions, but Patrons also will receive benefits that vary by membership tier. These Patron-only rewards include, for example, a monthly Zoom group call, invitations to meet at pilgrimage sites, advances of excerpts from the book I’m writing, commissioned artwork, poetry and more.
Your support for Tin Can Pilgrim will help us reach more people with the message of the Creator’s love for them as expressed in natural wonders and through shrines and religious sites. Lynda can travel and spend time in more locations, and expand to a variety of other media. Your membership fees will support publication of a book about Tin Can Pilgrim’s mission, thereby reaching a broader audience.
If you’d like to participate as a Patron, you’ll make a monthly contribution via the secure Patreon website, starting at as little as a cup of fancy coffee per month at the $5 Traveler tier. Contributions range from $10 per month up to $100 per month for restricted top tier limited to 12 Pilgrims. Check out the two pre-launch videos below for summaries of the tiers.
Once I have a track record on Patreon, I’ll be able to offer the option to make an upfront discounted annual contribution instead of monthly. You can change or stop your contribution level at any time.
I hope to meet you on Patreon and have you join me more fully in Tin Can Pilgrim’s journeys. Thank you and may God bless you!