...but lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys and where thieves do not break in and steal.  For where your treasure is, there your heart will be also.

Matthew 6:20-21

Online Giving

It is secure and easy to make a gift through our online giving page.  Our giving page takes you through the options of where you wish to direct your support and how you desire to pay, be it by credit card, direct debit or we can simply bill you.

Pledging Support

A multi-year pledge allows you to commit your support for the future of NCS while providing the school with the assurance of filling future needs. A formal pledge indicates a good-faith promise of your support through a schedule of planned gifts, often annually.

To make a pledge of support, click here, type pledge in the comment box and select the bill me later option. Someone from the Advancement office will contact you to discuss the terms of your pledge with in one business day.

Legacy Gifts

Do you wish to support Norfolk Christian Schools beyond your life on earth?  Legacy gifts can be made in a number of forms that provide for the long-term benefit of the school.  Contact our Advancement office for more information.  For those wanting to include Norfolk Christian Schools in their will or estate, we will provide the resources to facilitate the process.

In what ways can I give?

Current Gifts include:

(made in the current year that the school may utilize and access immediately)

  • Cash
  • Securities
  • Real estate
  • Charitable lead trusts
Deferred Gifts include:

(directly connected to your financial or estate plan to enable NCS to meet future needs and goals)

  • Bequests
  • Charitable gift annuities
  • Charitable remainder trusts
  • Life insurance
  • Retirement assets

We thank God – and each one of you – for your support, dedication, generosity and stewardship. We couldn’t do it without you.

More questions? Want to know how you can help? Call the NCS Advancement Office at (757) 233-8448.

Rick L. Nikkel
Amy Moreau