Donate to the Bethel Fund
Make a gift to the Bethel Fund today and support the lives of Bethel University students. You'll have the option to make a one-time gift or set up a recurring donation.
If you prefer to mail your donation, send it to our mailing address.
Join Bethel Fund Partners
Donors who contribute unrestricted gifts to the Bethel Fund in a single fiscal year (June 1-May 31) are honored and recognized as Bethel Fund Partners.
Bethel Fund Coffee Club - $120
For a minimum of just $10/month or $120/year, Bethel alumni, parents, and friends are invited to join this long-standing program and enjoy a uniquely designed Bethel mug each year.
Dean's Circle - $1,000-$2,499
Members of the Dean’s Circle are faithful investors in Bethel’s mission to educate and equip adventurous Christ-followers.
President’s Circle - $2,500-$4,999
President’s Circle members’ significant contributions to the Bethel Fund ensure the realization of funding priorities.
Trustee Circle - $5,000-$9,999
The Trustee Circle is composed of members who help ensure the completion of the highest priorities of the Bethel Board of Trustees. As such, their support is crucial to the success of the institution.
Hagstrom Society - $10,000-$24,999
Memorializing G. Arvid Hagstrom, the first president of what is now Bethel University, the Hagstrom Society advances the educational mission of the college through yearly unrestricted gifts to the Bethel Fund.
Edgren Society - $25,000 and above
Honoring John Alexis Edgren, Bethel’s founder, the Edgren Society is an investment opportunity that fosters the heritage and educational mission of the institution through crucial, yearly unrestricted gifts to the Bethel Fund.
More Bethel Fund Giving Opportunities
Membership is recognized for any household providing a minimum annual (June 1-May 31) contribution of $500 in unrestricted support of the Royal Athletic Fund. These gifts help sustain discretionary athletic priorities, including team trips. RAA gifts will be recognized as a portion of that household's annual Bethel Fund investment.