The 60 for 60 Campaign
This year marks the 60th Anniversary of DSF! One way we are celebrating the anniversary is with the #60for60 campaign!
About The Campaign:
DSF has supported hundreds of students in their theological formation. After 60 years, this mission continues! DSF is launching an anniversary fundraising campaign: $60 for 60 years (aka 60 for 60)! The money raised will be used to create a special 60th Anniversary Fund that will support ministry, education, and services that advance ministerial leadership and fulfilling the mission of DSF.
Our Goal is to raise $60,000 through one-time donations and pledges by the end of 2020!
You are invited to donate $6, $60, $600, $6,000, or any amount you want! There are lots of ways to pledge so that you can find something that works for you. For example, you can make a donation today, but you can also pledge $60 a month, quarterly, or annually for the next three years.
We would love for you to be part of this special giving opportunity!
Use this form to make a pledge or donate today!
A. Single Donation: If you want to make a single donation, click "make a single gift" button and follow prompts.
B. Make A Pledge with Payments:
Select the total amount you want to pledge to give
Select how often (monthly, quarterly, or annually), you want to make payments (please limit to 36 months, 12 quarters or 3 years)
Your payment will be automatically calculated
Follow prompts to fill out the rest of the form and enter payment information
A word from Rev. Lori Tapia, National Pastor for Hispanic Ministries
"There are not enough words to express my gratitude for Disciples Seminary Foundation and the countless ways I felt held, covered, cared for, nurtured and supported during my time as a seminary student. I was working full time as an executive in a non-profit organization, pastoring full time and studying full time through the first year and a half. DSF understood the dynamics in my life and found creative ways to keep me engaged in student life and worked intentionally to keep me connected as a hybrid student at CST. There is something embedded in the DSF culture that embraces each student from within their own context and culture and this is a true gift. Students represent diverse backgrounds and beliefs and this culture intentionally support students to be who they are authentically without the need to assimilate into some dominant culture. As a Hispanic female pastor this was critical for me and helped me to continue to walk in my call without compromise and know that I was loved, appreciated, and supported along the way. I will be forever grateful to the generous supporters and donors of DSF for they enabled me to answer my call to seminary through providing financial support. I don’t know that I could have done it without it. On graduation day I was honored to receive the Disciples Seminary Foundation Award as this was simply a reflection of the job well done by DSF in instilling in me the DSF values of innovation, collaboration and integrity. I am DSF!"