RUTS is a 501c3 non profit corporation. Our mission is to be a light in the desert and to minister to the riders, racers and  families that we come into contact with. We do this through the tax deductable donations of our members in addition to the revenue of our annual Meltdown race that takes place in June. Please consider giving a donation to help keep RUTS moving forward. Any size donation is welcome. A tax deductible donation receipt will be emailed to you if you provide your email address in the memo field. If RUTS has ministered to you or your family and you want to give back, please click the donate button below! We ask that any donations be made with a debit card and not a credit card.  The bible says the borrower is slave to the lender.  For this reason, RUTS asks that you not use a credit card to make a donation. The transactions are done through PayPal, however, to do a one time donation you do not have to have a PayPal account.

Thank you for donating to RUTS and helping to keep the vision of our founder, Mike Tarter, alive. We pray that God blesses your generosity!

One time donation

You will be promted for your donation amount on the next screen. Please fill in your email in the *Memo field, so that we may send you a receipt. Receipts may take up to 48 hrs to process. When you donate, please use the MEMO / INFO field to include the item or cause your donating for. For example, “Holts in Georgia”, “Summrall Fund”, “Trailer”, “Apperal”, “Membership”, “Offering”, etc…


Monthly gift / donation*

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*Please make sure you are fulfilling your obligation to your home church before setting up a re-occurring offering to Racers Under the Son. RUTS believes that a tithe (tenth) is to be given to the church that feeds you spiritually. If you are tithing to your home church and would like to give a re-occuring offering to RUTS, above your tithe, then you may do so. To cancel a re-occurring offfering you may log into your PayPal account and do so, or email to cancel anytime.

Every man according as he purposeth in his heart, so let him give; not grudgingly, or of necessity: for God loveth a cheerful giver.

II Corinthians 9:7