Worthy Student Fund/Giving

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Faithful friends like you are a wonderful blessing to Georgia-Cumberland Academy. Thank you for your support!

Annual Fund

An unrestricted donation to the Annual Fund will be used in a variety of ways depending on the current needs of the school. Typically, these funds are used for worthy student scholarships, academic enhancements, and capital needs.

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Worthy Student Fund

When you give to the Worthy Student Fund, these gifts go to work immediately in assisting students with financial needs. With the rising costs of private education, nearly half of our students need some kind of assistance in order to stay in school. Without your faithful and generous support of this fund, many of our students would not be able to experience the spiritual, academic, physical, and social nurturing that GCA offers.

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Parents in Support of GCA (PSGCA) is an organization of parents who wish to share their time, abilities and other resources to enhance Georgia-Cumberland Academy and make the quality of life better for students and faculty. When you give to the PSGCA Fund your donation will help fund the various projects initiated by PSGCA.

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Music Trust Fund

Donations to the Music Trust Fund help support the musical groups of Georgia-Cumberland Academy. These monies are used to fund tours, help defray the cost of music and instruments, and other expenses related our music performing groups.

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Sports Program

A gift to the Sports Program helps defray the cost of our varsity sports teams, which include guys’ and girls’ varsity basketball teams and a girls’ volleyball team. These funds are used to defray the cost of travel, tournaments, uniforms and other related expenses.

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Daniel’s Blog Book

Daniel’s Blog, a book produced by GCA in 2013, is available for purchase at a cost of $13.00, which includes shipping. Orders of 10 or more books are available for $10.00 per book (includes shipping). This inspirational book is a collection of online blogs written by Daniel Harper, a GCA alumnus, Class of 2004, as he was battling brain cancer. Donations may also be made to this fund, helping to defray the cost of publishing and distributing the gift books to GCA alumni.

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