Donate to the Scholarship Fund

Donate to the Next Generation Missional Engagement Scholarship Fund!

Encourage the next generation to:

●      Develop as leaders

●      Form meaningful relationships with RCA missionaries and mission partners

●      Serve as catalysts for change in their home communities

●      Commit to lifelong missional living

●      Engage their faith community more deeply

 

To find out how scholarship funds are used, read the frequently asked questions.

Giving by check:

●      US and International - Please make checks payable to Reformed Church in America, indicate “Next-Gen Scholarships” on the memo line of the check, and mail it to Reformed Church in America; Attn: Finance Dept.; 4500 60th St SE; Grand Rapids MI 49512.

●      Canada - Please make checks payable to Regional Synod of Canada, indicate “Next-Gen Scholarships” on the memo line of the check, and mail it to Regional Synod of Canada; PO Box 5070 Stn LCD1, Burlington, ON L7R 3Y8.

 

Giving by credit card or direct debit:

All online donations are processed through our secure website. You may set up a one-time or recurring credit card donation by completing the online donation form below.

Please note: At this time we are not able to process Canadian donations to this fund online.

If you prefer to give your credit card information over the phone, please call (800) 968-3943, ext. 1835.

Questions?

If you prefer to donate another way, or if you would like to speak with someone about your donation, please call (866) 356-0829, or email development@rca.org.

Need help with your gift? Contact tboven@rca.org or call Terri Boven at (616) 541-0835

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What It Means to Be Aware

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