Your donations ensure that Annapolis can continue to increase support for our educational programs while strengthening our commitment to academic excellence. Every gift is important to the mission and vision of our school. By partnering with us, donors invest more than money into our school. Contributions allow us to continue to provide classical Christian education to families in the Coastal Bend and further the work of God’s Kingdom.
Ways to Give
I give to ACA because I know I am not just investing in a school, but investing in the next generation. I sow into the lives of these teachers, students, and families because the mission of ACA is something I believe deeply in.
Ways to Support ACA
Annual gifts that are unrestricted benefit the Warrior Fund at ACA. The Warrior Fund is the school’s annual campaign to raise funds in support of our operating budget. Through our operating budget we fund tuition assistance, curriculum, resources for teachers, campus improvements, and more.
We have the privilege of partnering with businesses in our community who continue to support Annapolis Christian Academy in various ways. These people and businesses are part of our community and have played an important role in sustaining and growing our school. It is also a great way to streamline your corporate giving and promote your business at the same time! To learn more about our Corporate Sponsorship Program, visit [CORPORATE SPONSORS]
A person or family may elect to create a named fund in someone’s memory or honor at ACA with any amount. Named funds are generally used for scholarships and tuition assistance purposes. Recurring donations received are held in an account to benefit the purpose of the fund named in the gift agreement. However, money is not invested and therefore is not considered an endowment. For more information on creating a named fund, please contact our office at (361-991-6004 or by emailing email@example.com.
CURRENT NAMED FUNDS at ACA
Elizabeth Kincaid Grimes Memorial Scholarship
A $1,000 gift toward tuition awarded to an ACA Senior art student.