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You play a huge part in Geneva's ministry of education.

"People matter. People's heart for God's work matters. People's partnership matters. Our work is to connect people to the mission of Geneva College in a way that gives them joy, knowing they are making a difference in the lives of students for the next generation."

Dr. Marvin L. Dewey
- Dr. Marvin L. Dewey, President, Geneva College Foundation

Honoring Christ and His Word

It is the purpose of Christian education to seek the realization of the potential of the individual as the image of God through the development of God-given capacities.

The Geneva Fund
Education for a Kingdom Impact

The Geneva Fund is essential and impacts every area of life at the college. Gifts to the Geneva Fund are unrestricted and support the most important priorities as determined by senior leadership. The Geneva Fund helps fill the gap for operating expenses not covered by tuition, room and board. Every gift of every size makes an impact. Your participation now will help keep Geneva strong.

Goal: $1,289,000

Total given by alumni & friends since June 1, 2024: $2,362

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Geneva Athletics Fund
Athletics Fund
Geneva Athletics Fund

Geneva College Athletics has impacted thousands of lives over the years, with our student-athletes striving for excellence both in competition and in life.

Members of our community who understand the lasting impact of Geneva Athletics can ensure current and future Golden Tornadoes have a full athletics experience to prepare them for a life of service and ministry.

Goal: $50,000

Total given by alumni & friends since June 1, 2024: $0

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Help Us Reach Our Goals

The Geneva Fund


Providing education for a Kingdom Impact

Geneva Athletics Fund


Excellence both in competition and in life

Your gifts support Geneva's Christ-centered academic community that provides a comprehensive education to equip students for faithful and fruitful service to God and neighbor.

Your Faithful Giving Impacts Students