We thank you in advance for considering investing in GCA, whether it is financially, with your prayers, volunteering, mentoring, or through speaking opportunities


YOU have made GCA what it is today through your generous gifts! Your passion may be helping students be able to attend GCA through support to the Worthy Student Fund. Or you may choose to support curricular or extracurricular programs such as the sciences, art, athletics, or music programs. Some may have a passion for capital improvements of the campus and improving the way our buildings look and function. Whatever your passion, YOU are key to our success in providing excellence in education and creating an environment that will lead our students into a relationship with Jesus. To find out more about the various giving options, please check out the ways you can financially support GCA.

Matching Gifts Programs

We encourage you to check and see if your company offers a matching gifts program because that’s an easy way to double or triple your gift, depending on your company’s giving guidelines.


We ask for your prayers, both for our staff and students. Please lift up our staff in prayer that they may exemplify Christ's character and point students to Jesus. Please lift up our students in prayer as they learn and grow, both academically and spiritually. They face many temptations and stresses, and they need to be protected by the prayers of dedicated adults.


Would you like to help out in a practical way? If you’re interested in volunteering your skills or time, contact Nancy Gerard at [email protected].


Give the gift of time, wisdom, and adult guidance to a GCA student through a mentoring relationship. Find out more about how to get involved in mentoring a student by contacting Josh Woods at [email protected].


If you live close enough and would be interested in presenting a chapel talk or speaking for vespers, please contact the Josh Woods, chaplain, at [email protected] . If you would be interested in helping out with career day, please contact Chris Harris, guidance counselor, at [email protected].