The Low Cost Fund is the place to turn to if you’ve got a ministry idea that just needs a little money to get off the ground. Colin Knapp and his sub-committee have established criteria for releasing money from the Low Cost Fund. If you have an idea that needs some money to get going, then filling out an application will be an easy first step to take.
Find the Low Cost Fund Application online here.
The Travel Fund is ready and waiting for applicants! There are occasional opportunities to travel overseas with other LaSallers. If there is a trip in which you’d like to participate, but cannot quite afford to pay the entire cost then the Travel Fund is for you.
Download (first!) and complete a copy of the application here: http://tinyurl.com/LSCtravelFundApp
Completed applications should be submitted to Randall K. Blakey, Executive Pastor of Lasalle Street Church: firstname.lastname@example.org
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