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.


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

Need help with your gift? Contact or call Terri Boven at (616) 541-0835

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Cooking, Creating, and Caring

A summer camp where children learn to sew and to cook? First Reformed Church of Wynantskill thinks it’s a great idea. Their campers create things to share with neighbors in need.

Loving The Neighbors

Getting to know people and caring about the issues that impact them is incredibly powerful kingdom work. 

Give and Take: Teaching in Japan enriches students and their volunteer teacher

For Rachel Hashimoto, long-term volunteering in Japan was a great way to learn about the country and the culture there “without having to deal with taxes,” she jokes. But it was more than that, of course—it was a chance to quietly witness to others and share Christ’s love in a country where Christianity is a minority religion.

Short Trips with Big Impact: Project Timothy formative for teen

When George Lundberg set out for his first Project Timothy mission trip, he expected to help people. He didn’t expect to get so much out of it himself.