- Phone: (949) 854-3232 ext 226
- Mailing Address: 1540 Concordia E, Irvine, CA 92612
The GRANTPARENT Program, a School Ministries mission project of the Pacific Southwest District of The Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, provides tuition assistance enabling children to receive an excellent Christian and academic education in urban communities.
Many children living in urban communities need to hear the Good News of Jesus in a safe, nurturing environment, but they can't afford tuition to attend a Lutheran school.
That's where Grantparent comes in!
Your tax-deductible charitable donations enable children to be able to attend a Lutheran school in an urban community and receive an excellent Christian and academic education! You can provide tuition assistance and sponsor an elementary school student for $600 a year, or $1200 a year for a high school student. You can also help sponsor a student by making a donation of ANY amount! Click here to see the most recent Grantparent News and here for the Intent to Sponsor or Donate Form.
“I just want to say thank you for helping me go to my school. I know Jesus loves me. Going to school here is helping me learn how to love everyone. I have a lot of fun in my teacher's class. She is teaching us cursive and we are touring the world. Thanks again for this." -3rd grade student
“Thank you so much for the money you donate so I can go to school. Your help has opened so many doors for me. I can learn about God’s love, and so much more. I go to choir, drama, and band. Your support has helped me find my talents. May God bless, protect, and be with you.” -6th grade student
2017-2018 marks the 16th year of the Grantparent Mission Project. The Grantparent schools are:
75 students are currently being sponsored during the 2017-18 school year. Over the 16 years of the Grantparent Mission Project, 680 students have been sponsored. Praise Jesus!
For more information, contact Anna Preus at .
Be a part of this exciting way to share Christ’s love!
Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it. -Proverbs 22:6