The Toronto School of Theology is on a most excellent road, as you’ll see from our annual report. We’re moving ahead with energy and assurance.
Our fundamental purpose: bringing together Christians, and people who are interested in Christianity, to study and teach the various disciplines of Christian theology in a university environment. In linking our seven member colleges and four affiliates, the TST gives teachers and students a far richer pool of resources than any one college could offer by itself. It also gives them an extremely diverse and ecumenical community of learning.
Will you help us move forward on this road?
We rely on donations from our friends to increase student financial assistance and to support new educational initiatives. Your gifts will help us achieve greater excellence.
An immediate objective that is very close to our hearts is to increase the values of the Michael G. Steinhauser Scholarship in Biblical Studies, the C. Douglas Jay Scholarship in Christian Social Ethics, and the Bill Lord Bursaries for Continuing Education for ministry personnel. And we need financial support to bring the Toronto Journal of Theology to world standard, broaden our inter-faith conversations in the University, develop a program in Christianity and the arts, and support improvements in online education.
You can make your donation conveniently and securely through the non-profit charity portal CanadaHelps, which accepts all major credit cards. Just click here to go to make your donation. The page you reach will let you choose from among several purposes for your gift. A tax receipt will be issued on the spot.
Or if you’d like to send your donation by cheque, please send it to Dr. Alan L. Hayes, Toronto School of Theology, 47 Queen’s Park Crescent East, Toronto, ON M5S 2C3. Cheques should be made payable to "Toronto School of Theology."
You can also donate capital securities, which will give you a break on your taxable capital gains in addition to your charitable tax credit. In that case, or also if you’d like to contribute to a goal that’s not listed, drop a line to Alan Hayes (E-mail: alan.hayes @ utoronto.ca or by phone at 416-978-7822).
Thank you very kindly for your support!