The Shelter compound in Cuttack, India provides one secondary girls high school (Sanat-Nalini Girls’ High School), a primary school (Shelter Primary School) and an English medium public school (Shelter Public School) for the children of families who live in the area around the Shelter, as well as to the girls who reside in the Shelter. Funds will be used on the properties to provide a safe and nourishing environment for the education and development of young people entrusted to their care. (Annual Goal: $11,500)
High School students and their leaders meet in a host city every two years for a time of worship, equipping and discipling and much more. This event is a seen not as an event but a launching pad, launching students back into their communities to make a difference. (Annual Goal: $50,000)
ONE is a student ministry event that is co-sponsored by the Hispanic Council, International Youth Convention, and the National Inspirational Youth Convention. Students and their leaders gather to worship and serve together. (Annual Goal: $10,000)
Kima International School of Theology exists to equip students to become effective and influential servant leaders transforming and strengthening the church, community and world. Strategic Funding provides assistance to general operations and development projects, which enhance the educational programs offered at KIST. (Annual Goal: $46,000)
Aldersgate School provides instruction from nursery to high school. This project exists to assist the Aldersgate Primary and Secondary School in completing the nursery school building on the school’s campus. (Annual Goal: $16,000)
The region’s goal is to empower a new generation of young leaders. The NextGen Fund is used to create opportunities to train emerging pastors and leaders to be global leaders. Funds support evangelism, ministry training seminars for the region’s leaders, catalytic youth events, strategic travel, networking, and other needs. (Annual Goal: $23,530)
The Asia Pacific Education Initiative is a response to the ever-present need of CHOG-associated schools to provide safe and effective education communities in the Asia Pacific region. What a joy it is to invest in the development of young people who shape our world. (Annual Goal: $10,000)
The Philippines Tribal Learning Centers (TLC) project seeks to transform rural communities by equipping local churches to meet the critical educational needs in their midst. While the Church of God in the capital city of Manila provides high-quality education through their accredited primary and secondary schools, many Church of God families in remote communities have little access to such education. TLCs will bridge this gap by harnessing rural congregations with the tools and technology to offer online classrooms in their local communities.