A Guide to Covenant's Capital Campaign
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Background on our campaign
Responding to the needs of our city and campus, Covenant leaders approved a $10 million plan that will boldly address critical needs in our city and on our campus.
The Covenant Capital Campaign comprises three main components:
- Constructing affordable housing ($2 million): We will partner with Charlotte Mecklenburg Housing Partnership to build a multi-family, multi-income-level 185-unit apartment complex on Freedom Drive, serving neighbors at 30% - 80% of area median income (AMI).
- Caring for children ($3.9 million): We will open a full-day child development center to increase access to high quality early care and education for families at all income levels. We will provide financial aid for 25% of students and scholarships equal to 25% of tuition on average.
- Creating a more welcoming campus ($4 million): We will improve our campus to make it more welcoming, safe, functional and accommodating of special needs.
In recognition of our congregation's work in these areas, Charlotte Magazine named Covenant to its "Charlotteans of the Year 2017" list. Click here to read the article.