Davis India Fund

India

The Davis India Fund was established in 1990 as an endowment of the Division of Overseas Ministries at the request of Reverends Dorothy A. and Lew A. Davis.  The Davises served as Disciple missionaries in northern India from 1955 and 1971 carrying out ministries of rural churchmanship and religious education.

Through the Davis India Fund, Lew and Dorothy Davis wish to benefit ministries in northern India, with priority on work in the Sambalpur Diocese of the Church of North India, Orissa, India, with funds meeting special needs of the Diocese, its churches, and its ministries.  

Contributions may be made to the principal of this Fund at any time. Gifts for the Davis India Fund may be made online at https://donate.globalministries.org/onlinegiving or by check written to Division of Overseas Ministries and sent to:

Global Ministries
P.O. Box 1986
Indianapolis,IN  46206

Please note “Davis India Fund” on the memo line of the check, in an accompanying note, or in the Project/Partner box if giving online.

Questions regarding the Davis India Fund are welcome.  Please contact the Global Ministries Resource Development Office at 317-713-2555 or gifts@dom.disciples.org.

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