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Your Gift Makes an Impact

The Summit Fund

The Summit Fund helps support Summit's annual operating budgets. This fund prioritizes giving to where the need is greatest and includes faculty and staff support, guest speakers, campus enrichment, and the development of new and existing academic programs like our new online courses. Your gift will help us meet our goal of $1.5 million dollars for the 2023-2024 academic year.

Why Invest in Summit?

Gifts of all sizes play a vital role in advancing the mission of Summit. Whether your passion lies in keeping Summit affordable, empowering students through scholarships, furthering campus expansion projects, or ensuring financial stability by contributing to Summit's endowment fund - there are many ways to make a lasting impact.  


Your decision to give to Summit is more than a financial transaction – it’s an investment into the spiritual lives of this generation. Thank you for being part of our Summit family.


Ways to Give

The Summit Fund

Keeping tuition cost below actual cost is possible because of you. Give your gift where the need is greatest.

Church Matching

Summit will match your church’s contribution to your tuition, dollar for dollar, up to $1,000 per year. Your church leadership can apply for a matching grant here. 

Support a Student

Your support allows Summit to provide scholarships to over 90% of our student body. Contribute to the Scholarship Fund today.

Mail Your Check

Attn: Finance Office
74 Harrison School Road 
Grantville, PA 17028

Legacy Gift

Leave a lasting legacy. Reach out to us to discuss your planned giving through estate plans, updated wills, IRA’s and more.

In-Kind Donations

Have other ideas for giving? We would love to talk with you.

Partner With Us

Thank you for financially partnering with Summit. We are committed to making Summit as accessible as possible to as many students as we can. The ability to keep Summit's tuition 50% lower than our actual cost is because of partners like you.

“There is no greater privilege than to invest in the lives of young people who are called by Christ to make a difference in their generation. It is a wise generation that invests in light in a time of darkness”

– Carter Conlon, General Overseer Times Square Church

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