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1. General Fund | supports areas of greatest need (i.e. hiring staff, curriculum development, and content production such as podcasts for educators and the core Redemptive Education text)

2. SOW Education Assistance Fund | provides financial support to families enrolling their children in the Scent of Water program who may not otherwise be able to participate.

3. India Project | we expect to return to India when circumstances allow. Donations help us prepare and to continue video and email conferencing with teachers and college students in rural India.

4. RESURGE Program | allows us to provide outdoor education and garden training to schools serving economically  disadvantaged communities as they respond to the Covid-19 pandemic by moving their classrooms outdoors.

5. Boots & Roots | allows us to pay teachers and purchase supplies for this enriching early-childhood outdoor immersion program.

6. REACH Member Schools | supports administrators and faculty in our Redemptive Education Association of Christian Schools through Zoom collaborations, annual trainings, curriculum development and more.

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The Center for Redemptive Education exists to articulate, cultivate, demonstrate and facilitate the quest to align with God’s design for teaching and learning, using an approach that is Biblical, Relational, Integral and Experiential.

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