How Your Business Can Support NCS
Make a difference in the next generation of leaders in Nanaimo and beyond.
Your generous corporate support helps ensure that young people attending Nanaimo Christian School have the opportunity for Christ-centered educational excellence. Thanks to donors like you, we can better equip students to live Biblically, act responsibly, work cooperatively, and be a beacon of light wherever they land after graduation.
COVID-19 tuition relief fund
Step in to provide tuition assistance for an NCS student whose family is experiencing financial distress during this pandemic. Or designate your donation for another impact area. You can make a monthly contribution or a one-time gift of any amount.
Let’s work together to customize a sponsorship package that supports your marketing goals. Here are a couple of ideas to build on.
$5,000+ Recognition on website & at campaign gala
$50,000+ Naming opportunity
When you advertise in the NCS gym you’ll reach 400 families + 600 students + 1,500 others including VIU Mariners teams, VIU club teams, various athletic camps, and weekly church services.
$500 -- 2’x4’ ad per year
$1,000 -- 4’x4’ ad per year
$1,800 -- 4’x8’ ad per year
5 other ways to support NCS
1. Make an in-kind donation.
Donate props for a theatre production. Donate an item for the annual auction. Donate construction materials or services for the next building phase.
2. Share your space.
Offer the use of your space for a staff retreat or meeting. Staff bonding experiences and teamwork activities are other opportunities you can provide.
3. Rent our space.
Book our gym, stage, and commercial kitchen for an event. Host a workshop or screening in our double classroom. Get details
4. Offer your connections.
Do you have a colleague or friend who might support NCS if only he or she were asked? We would love an introduction!
Most importantly, pray that God will continue to lead us in equipping students to achieve success in who God has called them to be.
250-754-4512, ext. 120
"NCS gave me an environment to start taking ownership of my faith. NCS also gave me a community of incredible friends that went on that journey with me. It helped to teach me the value and necessity of community through faith, and the importance of challenging each other to continue to grow."
Gregory Vandergrift, NCS Class of 2011