By making a gift to the Center for Adventist Research you are helping provide support for the ministry of the Center through the acquisition of new historical materials for research and the advancement of special projects. Giving helps to fund digitization, pays for conservation of materials, and allows us to plan symposiums and develop publications to promote an appreciation of the history of the Seventh-day Adventist church. We very much value your continued support of the Center, but even more, invite your suggestions and input on how we can continue to expand our ministry to the church and beyond. Your gift of any amount will help transform the educational experience of our students and expand the availability of historical resources for scholars both here and around the world through our digitization program.
Online giving provides a quick and easy way to donate to the Center for Adventist Research using your credit card. It’s even easier if you sign in using your Andrews ID. If you don’t have an Andrews ID, or you don’t remember it, you can still give a gift online today.
If you prefer to make your gift by sending in a check (please do not send cash through the mail) be sure to make it payable to Andrews University and write Center for Adventist Research in the memo line. The mailing address for sending checks can be found below.
Thank you in advance for your gift to the Center for Adventist Research and your support of Adventist Heritage.
Ways to Give
There are numerous ways to contribute your financial gift:
Monetary contribution sent to the Center
If you send your contribution to the Center directly we will know who is donating money and will personally acknowledge your gift. We will forwarded the donation to the University’s Development Office for processing. You may send donations to our mailing address:
Merlin D. Burt
Center for Adventist Research
James White Library
4190 Administration Drive
Berrien Springs MI 49104-1440
- Adventist History in the Wild 6 October 2014
- Ellen White Periodical Resource Collection Dedication 13 November 2012
- Elder Edward Earl Cleveland 23 September 2009
- Pitcairn Donation 30 April 2007