Central Kansas Christian Academy, a nonprofit Christian school in Great Bend, is announcing a Legacy Campaign encouraging donors to invest in the next generation.
“We are excited about what God has done and look forward to our future here at CKCA,” Principal Sherry Pruter said.
Why is Christian Education so important? Former U.S. Attorney General William Barr said in a recent address: “Today’s parents play the key role in filling a child’s formative years with a guiding faith, but they need the help of institutions that support their values, not actively work against them. And that is why we need Christian schools to help them.”
Parent Mallory Damon agrees. “I believe it was God’s hand that brought my son to this school,” Damon said. “God knew that this could lead to building a solid church foundation.”
This Legacy fund helps bridge the gap between tuition and the actual cost of providing a Christ-centered education. But, to continue this work, we need your help. We are launching this Legacy Campaign to help us provide scholarships, increase security measures, support our programs, provide additional teacher training and so much more! Our goal is to raise $100,000 for the fund before January 1, 2024. Will you help with a gift of $50, $100 or $250? Sponsors donating $100 or more will be honored on the CKCA Donor Wall.
We are stepping out in faith and we trust God will provide our resources. Because of donors like you, we are able to keep the price of CKCA affordable for our families. Would you consider giving your most generous gift to help us build CKCA for our current and future students & staff?
If you have any questions, please contact the CKCA office at 620-792-3477. Cash or check donations, made payable to CKCA, may be mailed or dropped off to the CKCA Office at 215 McKinley Street in Great Bend, KS. Learn more by visiting www.ckcacademy.com/giving
If you would like to donate to CKCA, go to www.CKCAcademy.com/giving.
Click below to read CKCA's Legacy Campaign letter: