Become a Scholarship Stakeholder – Pave a Bright Future for Young Christian Students

We are reaching out for those who are Called to support our next generation of scholars. Any gift, no matter the size, will help build a promising tomorrow for promising students and all the lives they touch. Become a stakeholder in a student’s education by supporting our Christian scholarship program.

What it Means to be a Scholarship Stakeholder

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What Scholarship Stakeholders Provide

The offerings of the Trinity Education Foundation program are twofold: financial support and spiritual guidance. To ease the financial burden, students receive up to $10,000 per year for up to 4 years. However, the support you provide does not end there. A portion of your donation will go to spiritual mentorship to help each student find their individual Path.

Who Scholarship Stakeholders Help

Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate significant financial need with particular consideration given to first generation college students – recipients may or cannot be Pell-eligible. Our goal is to provide students with a financial backbone to help ensure success for those who need it most.

Choose where your money goes.

Our scholarship effort is divided into three distinct programs: the Trinity Education Foundation Seminary Scholarship, intended only for seminary students, the Dave Ellingson Scholarship for Environmental Studies and Social Justice, which is granted to individuals pursuing majors in those two fields, and the Trinity Scholars Program, which welcomes students with all majors attending accredited Christian universities. Choose whether you would like to support a specific educational path by selecting one of the three scholarship programs.
Above all else, we ask that you keep our trinity scholars in your prayers as they enrich their hearts and minds every day. Your support means everything to a young student. If you are able, and you hear the Call to give, we thank you from the bottoms of our hearts.

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