Where to Give
The Master's College Fund
Your gift, unless specifically restricted by you, goes directly to support the most pressing needs of The Master's College, primarily funding student scholarships. Often donors will ask us to direct their gift to the greatest need; making an unrestricted gift to the college achieves that goal. You may choose to restrict the funds to a specific department or purpose as well.
Building the Endowment
Enables us to annually plan for perpetual support for the needs of the campus and allows the college to prepare for the long-term sustainability of the institution.
The President's Circle
This support group provides needed annual funding for the President's priorities. President's Circle members also participate in a set of special VIP activities throughout the year, including concerts, arts events and lectures. Click here to learn more about the President's Circle. Scholarship support is always one of our highest priorities and the President's Circle provides strong support for our students. You may also make an online general donation using your credit card.
The Master's College Legacy Society
Many friends of The Master's College who own property, stocks, and other financial assets chose to steward their assets effectively by including the college in their estate plans. You, too, may find that establishing a trust can hold tax and estate advantages for you and for your family while you support this ministry. Consider becoming a legacy partner by considering the college in your estate. Please feel free to contact us so we can help you make wise decisions about making a planned gift.
Here at The Master's College we equip young Christian men and women for spiritual service and leadership - on the job, in the home, and through their ministries. That was our goal when we began as Los Angeles Baptist College in 1927 and that remains our goal today.
That's why every class we teach and every degree we confer stands on the foundation of God's Word. Our students acquire knowledge from a biblical perspective. They learn to filter everything they learn through the lens of God's Word. In other words, they gain wisdom to serve and wisdom to lead.
I invite you to join us in training the next generation of Christian leaders.