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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Do we provide permanent housing and overnight stays?
    Currently, we close for business each day at dusk. We do not provide permanent housing.
  • How are we funded?
    We rely on donation gifts to further the ministry which are not tax-deductible at this time. All donations are considered gifts and can not be claimed on your taxes as a donation, but must be reported as gifts. We do not charge clients for outings. Sponsorships for activities are encouraged. Our founder's anti-trafficking consulting/speaker fees all go towards furhering the ministry.
  • What types of people come to the ranch?
    All those in need of spiritual healing from childhood adversity, generational trauma, spiritual trauma, sexual trauma, human trafficking, childhood sexual abuse, violence, or just in need of a safe place to process a major life event in a faith-filled environment. By supporting organizations with the use of A&K Ranch SWFL such as Reflective Spaces Ministry, we can provide a safe place for reflection and animal interaction for all those in need. We also are a venue for outdoor corporate events, weddings, agritourism, and a gathering place for missionaries and religious organizations. Call about booking an event today!
  • Do we have any community partners?
    Yes, we partner withInto the Jordan Ministries.
  • Do we have sponsors?
    Yes, we are sponsored by Craftsman Roofing and Restoration Specialists.
  • How do we contact you for questions?
    Please email us at or call 239.404.7703.
  • What is the number for the National Human Trafficking Hotline?
    Call 1-888-373-7888 or text HELP or INFO to BeFree (233733).
  • What is the number for the Department of Homeland Security to report a suspected case of human trafficking or human smuggling to Federal law enforcement?
  • Are you a 501c3?
    No, We are a for-profit business. The 501c3, non-profit, that operates out of the ranch is Reflective Spaces Ministry, corp.
  • Are contributions/gifts tax deductible?
    Donations/contributions are not tax deductible since we are not a 501c3. All donations to further our ministry, the work of our community partners, our ranch and agritourism endeavors are considered gifts and should be reported to the IRS as gifts under tax law. Please consult an accountant or the IRS for assistance.
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