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Susan Gardiner - Donor Relations

Continuing the Berean Legacy

Since 1946, Berean Academy has strived to educate young lives to contribute to society and to be effective disciples in the Kingdom of God. Our ability to develop students academically and spiritually, and ultimately to impact lives for eternity, is a direct result of many generous donors. Berean Academy receives no state funding; therefore, we are grateful for God’s faithfulness to our ministry through the giving of His people. Berean is a 501(c)(3) organization, so all donations are tax-deductible.

Susan Gardiner - Donor Relations

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Mail a Donation

Berean Academy

PO Box 70

Elbing, KS 67041

If you have a preference of where you want your gift applied, please note it on the memo of your check.

Electronic Funds


If you would like to make a one-time gift or set up automatic monthly giving through a bank draft, download the form below or contact Susan Gardiner for instructions.

Bank Draft Form

Simple Ways to Give

General Fund / 

Special Projects

There are many areas and departments you can choose for your gift to benefit. You can designate a general department or a specific project. Every gift counts!

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Kingdom Building


Currently in Phase Two, the Kingdom Building Campaign (KBC) addresses multiple issues on our growing campus. Phase Two will provide for a much-needed elementary wing including eight additional classrooms with a storm shelter.

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Family Education Grant

The Family Education Grant (FEG) benefits families who apply and qualify to receive grants equaling up to 55% of their tuition costs.

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Gift Designation Options

Other Ways To Give

Faithfulness Through Generations
"God knew long before I did how much Christian education, Christian friends and role models would shape my worldview for Him. Throughout my years at Berean, I learned that God is always good and always faithful to His promises. My dependence on this understanding has enabled me to have hope and joy even in really bad times, because he is in control."

1964 Graduate

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