Endowment Fund

What is the Endowment Fund?

 DEFINITION:

A fund created in support of the work of a particular nonprofit organization

 

STARTED:

2008

 

STRUCTURE:

The Endowment Fund is designated solely for the ministry of Deford Christian Academy.  Once the fund reaches $50,000, one-half of the interests may be used for the ministry of  DCA and the remaining portion will be reinvested into the fund to perpetuate the growth.

(For complete details contact us and request the DCA Endowment Fund Handbook.)

        
Our Vision

 

Leaving Your Legacy: Since 1981 Deford Christian Academy has served parents and children of the Thumb of Michigan in providing a quality, Christ-centered education.  The Endowment Fund was formed to provide financial stability for students in future generations. 

 


What are the goals of the Endowment Fund?

-          Supplement the annual operation budget of the school

-          Keep tuition as affordable as possible for all parents who sincerely desire a Christian education for their children.

-          Give opportunities to the Christian community to make a lasting contribution enabling the instruction of eternal souls in the incorruptible Word of God

 

“Without the generous support of friends and partners of the school we would never have been able to send our children to DCA”

- A Thankful Parent

 

Will you Help Pave the Way?

When you partner with DCA you are making an eternal investment.  Much of our money is spent on temporary pleasures and things that corrupt and fade.  Your gift enables DCA to implant the enduring Word of God into the minds and hearts of children whose eternal souls are in desperate need of the powerful Gospel of Jesus Christ.

 

Checks may be made out to the Deford Community Church and noted for the DCA Endowment Fund.

 
Please mail contributions to:

 

Deford Christian Academy

1392 N. Kingston Rd.

Deford, MI 48729

 

Or

 

For more information on how you can partner with DCA please call us at (989) 872-4055

or email us at:

dccdca@tband.net

 

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