Promoting ministry, growth, & educational opportunities, tying our present & future together.
What is the Peace Foundation?
The Peace Lutheran Church and School foundation provides financial resources and support for sustaining the ministries of both the Church and School. A gift to the Foundation helps us meet current and future needs and makes a difference in the life of the Congregation as a whole. It is “a gift that keeps on giving”.
Funds received, held and distributed by the Peace Foundation.
- General Fund
- Generates income for the Peace General Fund for basic operating expenses. Operating expenses for the foundation come from this fund. 50% of all undesignated funds are deposited here.
- Trust Fund
- Yearly grants given to ministries of Peace Lutheran for special projects. Available by request. (Youth Gatherings, Landscaping, Special Projects, etc.) 50% of all undesignated funds are deposited here.
- Student Tuition Assistance Fund
- Used to assist families of Peace Church that cannot afford full tuition.
- Teacher Assistance Fund (Gary H. Campbell, Paris LeRoy, Jennifer Rossi)
- Used to provide aid for teachers to pursue educational opportunities, special projects, etc., for enhancing and promoting the educational experience of Peace School children.
- V. Beiser Family Fund
- Funds used for Adams Campus Facility Projects
- Lawndale Campus Fund
- Funds to be used for operations and special projects at the Lawndale Campus of Peace Lutheran Church and School.
- Future Church Worker Scholarship Fund
- Yearly assistance is provided to members of Peace attending LCMS colleges to become full-time church workers (Pastors, Teachers, Directors of Christian Education and Missionaries).
Foundation Teacher Assistance Grants
Preschool and Multi-Age PM Preschool Teacher, Leigh Zolton
Jesus Bears for preschoolers with Jesus Loves Me patch
2nd Grade Teacher, Lori Drinan
New books for classroom library
PreK/STREAM Teacher, Tammy Kelly
New toys to replace broken or damaged toys
Early Childhood Director, Kathi Pearson
Cooking/baking projects for Summer Camp, K-5 based on continents
Multi-Age Childcare Teacher, Lauren Schonfeld
Educational toys, classroom supplies
Toddler Care Teacher, Mary Rood
Toys and manipulatives for developing fine motor skills
6th Grade Teacher, Jennifer Rossi
Classroom set of compasses
Art Teacher, Connie Wollenweber
Picture books to continue to build Art Room library
Infant Room Teacher, Connie Oliver
New toys for fine motor play for older infants 12-18 months
8th Grade Teacher, Renae Darling
Online supplemental programs for 21st Century subset skills
3rd Grade Teacher, Rebecca Makowski
Flex seating environment/workstations
Total Amount Awarded