The ministry of Tuscarora, and the lives that are impacted, would not be possible without the generous support of our donors. When you give to Tuscarora, you are helping us to grow and thrive into the future.
Ruth Thompson, pictured with her husband Ted, passed away on February 7, 2018. Ted was a founding member of the Board of Directors, and they were both longtime supporters and volunteers of the Tuscarora ministry. We are thankful for their legacy of love for the Lord and passion for expanding the kingdom of God.
To make a gift in Ruth's memory please click here.
Giving to Tuscarora is easy! Use one of these options:
You can make a meaningful impact on Tuscarora today by making a gift to one of the following areas:
- Where Needed Most - a gift where needed most allows Tuscarora to designate your funds where they can make the greatest impact.
- Capital Restoration - as Tuscarora moves from a period of building to rebuilding we are unable to cover the costs of all the maintenance that needs to get done. Gifts to capital restoration will help us continue to improve our grounds and facilities.
- Per Rune Larsen Scholarship Fund -Per Rune Larsen was a remarkable young man who attended Junior and Teen Weeks and became a camp counselor here at Tuscarora Inn. His friends and family established a Scholarship Fund to bring kids to camp who may not otherwise have the financial ability to do so with partial scholarships.
Establish a Monthly Recurring Gift
Monthly donors to Tuscarora are recognized as members of the Friends of Tuscarora. They provide steady and consistent support for our ministries and programs - and receive regular updates on what work is being done and how they can pray for us. Setting up a monthly gift is easy to do and you can manage your giving month to month through your own user account.
Invest in the Future of Tuscarora
Just as the biblical hero, Nehemiah trusted God to rebuild the Jerusalem wall, we are trusting God for a $5 million endowment.
The Nehemiah Endowment Fund will be built through estate planning, legacy gifts and cash donations. The principal is invested in perpetuity while the income generated will be used to support projects not able to be funded through operating income.