We want to ensure that Providence students are afforded the best possible educational experience each and every day. A robust Providence Fund empowers us to provide day-to-day excellence to our students, current and future, fulfilling our mission to teach people to grow in knowledge and character for leadership and service.
Your contributions to the Providence Fund support students directly! Tuition dollars do not cover the full cost of a Providence education. By donating to the Providence Fund, you allow us to provide students with a quality, Christ-centered education at an affordable rate. Your gift, regardless of amount, makes all the difference.
Support students like Ying!
“I dreamed for seven years of studying abroad and the scholarship provided for me to attend Providence made that possible. A Providence education will provide me with the opportunity to improve my English proficiency and develop a strong theological foundation.”
President’s Circle members are leadership level donors who make up the backbone of support to Providence. Through an annual gift of $1,200 or more, these donors are committed to sustaining our mission of teaching people to grow in knowledge and character for leadership and service.
President’s Circle members are asked yearly to recommit their support, with recognition given at the end of each fiscal year. During the academic year, members will receive two special letters directly from the Dr. Kent Anderson, keeping them informed on the latest updates from the office of the President.
Join with other President’s Circle members and commit your support today!
Providence Stewardship Policy
Providence University College and Theological Seminary is a registered charity (Canada Revenue Agency Reg. #10821 6714 RR0001). As an institution, Providence is audited annually by an independent public accounting firm and certified annually by the Canadian Council of Christian Charities. Our annual report and financial statements are available upon request.
Gifts toward an approved program will be used as designated with the understanding that when the need has been met, or if the project cannot be carried out for any reason, designated gifts will be used where needed most. Funds will be used only for programs approved by the Board of Directors.
Our general practice is to mail a single receipt for donations made annually between January 1 and December 31 of the current year. These are mailed after the close of each calendar year; however, receipts can be requested at any time. Gifts must be received or postmarked by December 31 to appear on this annual receipt. Gifts made towards Providence’s annual Harvest Festival Banquet and Golf Tournament will receive separate event specific receipts following the event date and donation amounts directed toward these events will not be included on the annual donation receipt.
Your confidentiality is important to us, and as such it is Providence’s practice to never pass donor names or information on to other organizations.