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Financial Assistance Benefits

As a Thrivent member, you can count on us to support you as you experience some of life's most heart–wrenching and unexpected challenges. (Note: The Newborn Death Benefit and Legacy Support for Orphan Children Benefit are available only to benefit members.)More Information

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A "benefit member" is someone 16 years or older who meets membership eligibility, has been admitted for membership and has a qualified connection to a Thrivent insurance or annuity product or received a settlement agreement from such insurance.

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  • Uninsurable Child Life Insurance Benefit

    Provides life insurance coverage for an eligible* child who is under the age of 16 and would otherwise be unable to get life insurance.

    • Provides the opportunity to purchase $10,000 of whole life insurance coverage on the child.
    • Provides financial security for the family.
    • Continues coverage into adulthood.

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    Contact your Thrivent Financial representative to learn more about eligibility guidelines and to apply.

    If you don't have a representative, find a Thrivent Financial representative or call us toll–free at 800–847–4836.

  • Newborn Death Benefit

    An eligible* Thrivent benefit member whose baby is born alive but dies within the first 60 days can receive a charitable grant of $5,000 to help with final expenses.

    • The funds provide financial assistance for medical or funeral costs, counseling, a memorial or other related expenses.
    • The benefit is honored for up to two years after the loss occurs.

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    Contact your Thrivent Financial representative to learn more about eligibility guidelines and to apply.

    If you don't have a representative, find a Thrivent Financial representative or call us toll–free at 800–847–4836.

  • Legacy Support For Orphan Children Benefit

    Provides financial assistance to orphaned children of Thrivent benefit members.

    • Eligible* orphaned children receive a charitable grant ($2,400 per year) until age 19.
    • The charitable grants continue when the child attends college full time, until age 23.
    • Based on financial need, orphan college students also can apply for an education grant of $1,500 per year to help with tuition and academic expenses for up to four years.

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    Contact your Thrivent Financial representative to learn more about eligibility guidelines and to apply.

    If you don't have a representative, find a Thrivent Financial representative or call us toll–free at 800–847–4836.