Red Box Missions

Red Box Missions

Each fall, the Religious Activities Committee selects up to eight Grove City College students to participate in a summer-long foreign missions trip. Each participant is provided with funds through the Red Box Missions program, a program supported entirely through donations from alumni and friends. Recently, Red Box missionaries have served in the Dominican Republic, Mozambique, Uganda, Latvia, Nicaragua, India and Bolivia. 

Applications will be accepted October 1 through October 24, 2014. (Deadline to submit application and letters of recommendation is October 24.)

     • Download and fill out an application form, available HERE.
     • Download and fill out two letters of recommendation, available HERE. One letter must be completed by a faculty member or Resident Director, and the other by a pastor, youth pastor or employer.

Email completed forms, including the letters of recommendation, to Donna Cales. Or contact Dr. Mark Graham​ to learn more.

 
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