Other Ways to Give

In addition to our major giving efforts, Dordt offers several more specific giving options for donors to consider—which we welcome you to explore below.

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Dordt Music Patrons

Dordt Music Patrons is a society of donors that supports ongoing excellence in the Music Department. The mission of the Dordt University Music Department is to provide excellent and diverse musical experiences that enable students, constituents, and the broader community to discover, develop, and share the gift of music in ways that bring glory to God.

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SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

Donor

$100+/year

Friend

$250+/year

Partner

$500+/year

Soloist

$1,000+/year

Composer

$2,000+/year

Kapellmeister

$5,000+/year

Conductor

$10,000+/year


PLIA

You can indicate an individual to designate your gift to when completing the donation.

Every spring break, Dordt University gives its students an opportunity to participate in a service project called Putting Love into Action, or PLIA. Each year, more than 100 students sign up to serve communities across the country. Students do a variety of jobs, including home repair, cleanup, and childcare. They also develop long-term relationships between Dordt and the organization the group serves.

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AMOR

You can indicate an individual to designate your gift to when completing the donation.

AMOR, which stands for A Mission Out Reach, is a vision trip: The goal is to see what God is already doing in another part of the world because we believe that Jesus and the gospel go before us. AMOR is also an opportunity for students to gain cross-cultural experience, to apply their majors and unique gift sets to glorify God and serve others.

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Hope Fund

The Hope Fund provides financial relief to returning and incoming students who have found themselves and their families faced with financial hardship, long-term illness, and unemployment.

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