The Christian Campus House is impacting college students at Ball State every day through Sunday services, Bible studies, outreach events, and so much more.
If you want to be a part of our life-changing ministry, see the many options for generosity below. We have also outlined the various funds you can contribute to that represent the different needs of our ministry.
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All gifts can be mailed to:
Christian Student Foundation
1411 W Riverside Ave
Muncie, IN 47303
Ball State Foundation
Gifts made through the Ball State Foundation are eligible for employer matching gift programs. Indiana residents receive state tax credits totaling 50% of gifts up to $400 per year.
Make your check payable to the Ball State Foundation,
write "7506" on the memo line and mail to our office.
You can also give online through their website.
Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County
Gifts made through the Community Foundation are part of our Legacy Fund.
There are two options for giving to the legacy fund via check:
Make your check payable to Christian Student Foundation,
write "Legacy Fund" on the memo line and mail to our office.
Make your check payable to Community Foundation of Muncie and Delaware County,
write "CSF Legacy Fund" on the memo line,
and mail to their office at 301 E Jackson St #100, Muncie IN 47305.
Check with your financial institution for instructions on giving via their Bill Pay system.
Consult your financial advisor and legal counsel about your estate plans.
This fund provides resources for our daily operation, such as student programs, staffing, maintenance, and administrative costs.
This fund is allowing us to hire Caleb Grimes, a successor campus minister. Mark and Caleb will serve together during a mentoring period, and we are continuing to raise funds to pay an additional staff member during the multi-year transition.
This fund is a permanent, endowed fund that will provide income to continue employing student Ministry Assistants and providing retreat and conference scholarships. The fund is maintained by the Community Foundation, and the CSF board of directors control dispersement. While this program has been partially grant-funded, we intend to sustain student employment beyond the life of the grant. We intend to raise $320,000 to sustain the fund. Donations can be sent using the instructions above.