Annual Fund

The Annual Fund runs from 9/1 to 8/31. Updated: 11/9

$8,728 / $57,500

What is the Annual Fund?

Maranatha trusts the Lord to provide through our faithful friends’ giving to the Annual Fund, helping support student scholarship programs. Our desire is to see many more servants leave our campus to fulfill their gospel mission in full-time service and other vocations. Deserving, dedicated students are eligible for institutional scholarships, but Maranatha must raise a significant amount this year to help fund those vital scholarship programs. We cannot do this alone; we covet your prayers and support.

How are donations used?


Awarded Institutional Scholarships 2014-2015

*Other includes the Exceptional Student Scholarship, the Christian Worker's Scholarship, and the Alumni Scholarship. More information about the amounts and requirements for these scholarships can be found here.


Quick Facts from the
2014-2015 Annual Fund

- More than 350 qualified students received institutional scholarships.
- $34,219 was raised, which is the second highest amount in the history of the fund.
- 63% of the donations were for $50 or less.
- 50 people gave to the annual fund for their very first time, making this year's success possible.

Will my gift make a difference?

Yes! Many students are struggling to afford the cost of college education. Without scholarships, the opportunity for a life changing experience of learning and growing at Maranatha would be lost. Click here to read stories of students who received scholarships that made a difference.


How can I become involved?

There are several ways that you can give to students through the annual fund. The easiest way is to give securely online by clicking here. You can also mail a check to the following address:
   Development Office
   Maranatha Baptist University
   745 West Main Street
   Watertown, WI 53094

Finally, you can call the development office at 920-206-2325 to make your gift over the phone. We look forward to the funds that God will provide through His people in order "to train leaders for ministry in the local church and the world, 'To the Praise of His Glory.'”