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Your impact is seen not just in our students but in the lives of those where our students make a difference.

 

Your support helps students meet God in significant ways. Through the many aspects of college life students are transformed on so many levels: spiritual, intellectual, behavioural, emotional, relational, familial, and cultural.

Your prayer support and financial partnership provides the resources for Columbia to offer biblically–founded and forward–thinking programs that equip students for a life of discipleship, ministry, and leadership in service to the church and community. Your encouragement makes a difference, not only in the lives of students, but also in the lives of their communities. Donate now to impact the leaders of tomorrow or scroll down for more ways to partner in the mission of Columbia.

 

Click on the students below to hear their stories of impact

 

Jared Klassen

 

Josh and Alisha Willms

 

Jordan and Carlye Shaw

 

Make a Donation

Whether $50 or $50,000, each generous gift goes directly to helping Columbia Bible College students pursue their God-given calling. There are several ways to donate including one-time or recurring gifts to gifts-in-kind, including stocks or property. To discuss your options please contact the Columbia Development department at 604-853-3358 or email us to have a representative meet with you.

 

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Legacy Giving

 

 

Mennonite Foundation of Canada

Columbia Bible College has partnered with Abundance Canada (formerly Mennonite Foundation of Canada) to allow donors to leave legacy gifts. Legacy gifts are planned contributions designed for people who wish to leave a lasting legacy with Columbia Bible College. With legacy gifts, donors can reduce estate taxes by adding a charitable beneficiary to their will. Some refer to this as a “charity child”- a registered charity or charities which will issue a charitable tax receipt to your estate. Abundance Canada can help you discover the options that are best for you, your family and the causes that are dear to your heart. They have a staff of trained, professional consultants who provide free, confidential consultations.

Contact Abundance Canada at 1.800.772.3257 to schedule a visit or click to learn more.

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Events

Columbia Open

 

Each year Columbia Bible College hosts various events that give opportunity for our supporters to get involved and give back to our community. Our two annual events include the Columbia Annual Fundraising Dinner in late October and the Columbia Open Fundraising Golf Tournament in early June. For more information about either of these events, please contact the Development Events Coordinator.

Event Highlights

View highlights from past events on our CBC Blog »

Upcoming Events

Columbia Open Golf Tournament
Thursday June 1,2017

Learn More about the Open

 

 

Student Awards

 

Columbia has a broad network of donors who contribute to the Student Scholarship & Bursary program. These awards are available to students with outstanding academic achievement and to those with demonstrated financial need. Donors have flexibility in the naming and criteria of the award. Memorial Awards can be set up to honour a loved one, leaving a lasting legacy for future generations. Student scholarships and bursaries enable Columbia Bible College to recruit and retain quality students who impact their churches, communities, and workplaces for the Kingdom of God.

View existing Scholarships & Bursaries

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Student Mentorship Program

Become a Mentor

 

The Student Mentorship Program is a new intiative from Columbia in an effort to give alumni and friends of the college the opportunity to invest in the lives of current Columbia students. The Apostle Paul says in Ephesians 4, as Christ’s body we are joined together as we serve one another in love. So as our students are encouraged and built up in their faith by their mentor, they are given the resources to do the same for the community around them. The whole body will be made stronger as “we all reach unity in the faith and in the knowledge of the Son of God and become mature, attaining to the whole measure of the fullness of Christ” (v. 13). If you are interested in provide guidance and support for current students, please complete the application form or contact Alumni Relations.

 

Apply to Become a Mentor