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Our 2019 Scholarship Fund

Invest in the life of a Co-Serve student by providing a scholarship to help them attend one of our 2019 Servant Leadership Academies.

The Need

Our need and challenge each year is to help our students from around the world attend our Servant Leadership Academies.  These Academy programs are designed to help participants consider their purpose as they meet real-life examples of people who are living as servant-leaders.

The Academy programs require travel for many of the students as well as the costs of their local travel, food and lodging during the event.  Academy participants are carefully selected and we always ask them to cover part of the cost.  However, difficult economic situations in some countries prevent many qualified students from participating.

In 2019, Co-Serve is planning the following Servant Leadership Academies:

1. June: Servant Leadership Academy-Kyiv.   The Kyiv Academy program, held in partnership with Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, will help at least 14 Co-Serve students from around the world to come together and be part of a safe, interactive community where they visit and learn from real-life examples of communities of servant leadership in Ukraine.

3. July: Servant Leadership Academy-Colorado.  The Colorado Academy, held in partnership with Parker Hills Bible Fellowship, is similar to the Kyiv Academy and will help 12 participants visit and learn from real-life examples of communities of servant leadership in the USA.

We are seeking to raise $13,000 to fund 26 scholarships of $500 each that will go directly to help these 26 Academy participants cover part of their travel costs and part of their participation costs.  Your gift of any amount will be used to create this much needed fund for Co-Serve in 2019.  For those who contribute, we will keep you updated on how your gift is helping to impact the students through these events.

The Students

Meet just some of the amazing students from Kazakhstan and Ukraine planning to attend one of our Academy programs.  Students from Afghanistan, although not pictured here, are also planning to participate...

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Make Your Donation

There are three ways you can make your donation to the Co-Serve International 2019 Scholarship Fund. Please choose the option below that is most convenient for you.  If you have any questions about making a donation, please contact us via e-mail at info@co-serve.org or by phone at (503) 668-1214.

Also, if you would like to support a particular Academy program or a particular student, after making your donation, please send us an e-mail at info@co-serve.org and let us know.

1. By check.

Mail a check, payable to "Co-Serve International," to:

Co-Serve International
P.O. Box 2099
Sandy, OR  97055

Please include a short note with your check, stating "2019 Scholarship Fund."

2. Using your PayPal account.

If you use PayPal, click on the "Donate" button below. This will take you to Co-Serve's PayPal payment page for the 2019 Scholarship Fund.


3. Using your credit card or bank account.

Make a donation to the 2019 Scholarship Fund using your credit card or bank account.  Just fill out the information below and then click "Process."

Your gift is tax deductible in the USA

Electronic receipts will be sent by e-mail for all credit card, bank, and PayPal donations.  Co-Serve International will also mail or e-mail year-end giving reports to all donors at the end of each calendar year.

The Marshall Christensen Foundation DBA Co-Serve International, with federal tax identification #93-1230131, is a tax exempt non-profit organization under 501(c)(3) of the IRS Code; it is also classified as a public charity under Section 509(a)(2) of the Code.  All donations to Co-Serve International are tax deductible under section 170 of the Code.  Contributions are solicited with the understanding that Co-Serve International has complete discretion and control over the use of all donated funds.

Our Progress

We are pleased to report that, to date, Co-Serve has raised a total of:


                              $12,420


towards the $13,000 goal for our 2019 Scholarship Fund.