McNeely-Shaw Scholarship Fund for Theological Education in Thailand
The McNeely-Shaw Scholarship Fund for Theological Education in Thailand was established in 2001 as a Division of Overseas Ministries endowment fund. The Fund was established at the request of Reverend Robert J. Shaw and Mrs. Susan B. McNeely, who wish to provide ongoing scholarship assistance to students studying theology at the McGilvary Faculty of Theology at Payap University in Chiang Mai, Thailand. The purpose of the Fund is to provide the Global Ministries with resources with which it can support the ministry of the McGilvary Faculty of Theology, by providing scholarship support each year to a deserving theology student or students.
Contributions may be made to the principal of the McNeely-Shaw Scholarship Fund for Theological Education in Thailand at any time online at https://donate.globalministries.org/onlinegiving or by check written to Division of Overseas Ministries and directed to:
P.O. Box 1986
Indianapolis, IN 46206-1986
Please indicate “McNeely-Shaw Fund” on the memo line or an accompanying note if giving by check, or in the Project/Partner box if giving online.
Questions regarding the McNeely-Shaw Scholarship Fund for Theological Education in Thailand are welcome. Please contact the Global Ministries Resource Development Office at 317-713-2555 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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