PROJECTS
At each annual ASI International Convention, ASI collects a special projects offering that is used to sponsor 40+ preselected ministry projects. Ministries must apply for sponsorship on or before December 31 of the prior year. Each project ministry is required to provide progress reports to ASI, which allows ASI leadership and members to verify that the funds are being used in a timely manner and for the originally designated purpose.

 

ONLINE DONATIONS

You may now contribute to the special projects offering with a PayPal online donation.
Simply click "Donate" below:


PROJECT FUNDING APPLICATION

The 2015 ASI Project Funding Application is due no later than December 31, 2014, for 2015 funding.
     2015 ASI Project Funding Application (no longer available)
     How To Get Your ASI Project Funded
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No partial applications accepted. The completed funding application and summary sheet must be submitted together with all required documentation. Partial applications, with portions submitted as separate items, will not be accepted.

Submit by post, courier or fax: The completed application and all required documentation may be scanned or printed. It must be submitted electronically, mailed by post, delivered by courier, or faxed to the ASI office.

Deadline for 2015 funding—December 31, 2014. Because of the December slow-down in postal delivery service, courier service, such as FedEx or UPS, is highly recommended. Applications must be received in the ASI office no later than December 31, 2014. Please do not leave your funding application at the General Conference reception desk. The General Conference/North American Division building, in which the ASI office is located, will be closed from between Christmas and New Year's.

Confirmation of receipt not guaranteed. Because of the overwhelming number of funding applications generally received during the final week of December, ASI is unable to confirm receipt of any applications submitted after December 20 until the second week in January, at which point no resubmissions will be accepted. Please personally verify delivery with your chosen carrier.


2013 PROJECTS
Thirty-eight projects were chosen to receive grants from the special offering gathered at the 2013 ASI International Convention in Orlando, Florida. Each project will receive a designated amount, and two will additionally receive a portion of the offering overflow. The offering goal is $1,184,000. Use the online donation link above to support these and previous years' projects. Click below to read descriptions of how each organization plans to use its ASI project funds.

2013 Project Descriptions


2012 PROJECTS

Thirty-seven projects were chosen to receive grants from the special offering gathered at the 2012 ASI International Convention in Cincinnati, Ohio. Each project will receive a designated amount, and two will additionally receive half of the offering overflow. All combined, the projects represent a significant worldwide impact. The offering goal was around $1.2 million, but the actual offering gathered topped $1.7 million. It's not too late to give. An online donation link is posted below. Click below to read descriptions of how each organization plans to use its ASI project funds.

2012 Project Descriptions

 

2011 PROJECTS
The 2011 special projects offering funded 47 projects around the world. The offering goal was $1,514,200. Funds gathered beyond the goal were divided equally among three overflow projects.

2011 Project Descriptions


2010 PROJECTS
The 2010 special projects offering of approximately $1.8 million well exceeded the goal of $1,198,000. Offering funds will support 37 designated projects, with overflow going in equal portions to Save Las Vegas, the New Beginnings DVD project, and the One-Day Structure project.
2010 Project Descriptions


2009 PROJECTS
Contributions to the 2009 ASI Convention special projects offering went to support 35 projects. The offering goal was $1,362,000. Any offering exceeding that amount was divided proportionally among the projects, up to a total of $1,767,250. Beyond that threshold, the overflow went to the Train Them Now and One-Day School projects.
2009 Project Descriptions