About Rx4Him

Rx4Him is a non-profit foundation that we’ve created to give back, in a meaningful way, to our community. Rx4Him is funded through a tithing process derived from our corporate profitability. Funds are distributed in four core areas.

Internally to support Pastoral Services for employees
To the Community to support faith-based, non-profit healthcare organizations
A Benevolence fund to cover the cost of care for truly marginalized patients in our service area organizations
Foreign Mission work providing funds for medical missions to third world countries


TwelveStone Employees

Providing pastoral services for employees

Community Organizations

Supporting faith-based, non-profit healthcare organizations in the surrounding community

Benevolence for the Indigent

Supporting truly marginalized patients in our service area by covering medication expenses

Missionary Support

Providing funds for medical missions to third world countries

Long-term clinic solutions

Support for long-term settings across the world in obtaining wholesale cost medications, equipment and supplies for day to day operations.

Short-term Mission Trips

Support for short-term medical mission teams including medications and supplies to serve their target populations offered at wholesale rate.

  • Rx4Him offers Health Medication Kits for missionaries heading to a foreign country for mission work including both prescription and over-the-counter medications all in one convenient reusable package.
  • Rx4Him also offers medication advice and training seminars for missionaries and their families both on the field and prior to departure.

Stories From The Mission Field

Building A Safer LTC Community For The Next Pandemic

After nearly four months of shut-down due to the coronavirus pandemic, our nation is finally in the process of reopening. Most states are following a multi-stage strategy for which businesses and organizations can reopen first, as well as guidelines that have to be followed. Although some states’ guidelines are more stringent than others, most agree that there must be no compromises when it comes to reopening our long-term care (LTC) facilities. These facilities have borne the brunt of our nation’s COVID-19 fatalities.

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Lipscomb University trip to Nicaragua aided by Rx4HIM

Recently, Lipscomb University took a team of 22 students and medical professionals to Nicaragua on a medical mission trip over the winter break. The team visited four cities: Yali, Pantasma, Apanas, and Jinotega, setting up a clinic in each.

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“I believe that one of the next great moves of God is going to be through believers in the workplace.” — Dr. Billy Graham

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