Just Released: 2023 Annual Report // Read Now

Just Released: 2023 Annual Report // Read Now

We Give Because They Give

Your Gifts at Work in 2023

At Geneva, we believe it is our duty to care for those who serve our churches. The Relief Fund supports the financial health and wellbeing of PCA ministry leaders and their families. This is not possible without the generosity of individuals and churches.  

Your generous and sacrificial gifts are making a real difference in the lives of our PCA ministry families. Thanks to your partnership and a grant from the Lilly Endowment’s Economic Challenges Facing Pastoral Leaders initiative, a record number of donations were made! More importantly, dozens of widows, retired pastors, and ministry staff received financial assistance during a season of need.


Thank you for making our 50th year, our most impactful yet!
How the Relief Fund supported a retired pastor, who at 84, still preaches every Sunday. “I didn’t save as much as I needed to or as early as I needed to…I’m deeply grateful for the churches and donors who support the Relief Fund.” -Bill


Relief Awards Given
(9% increase from 2022)


Awards Amount
(Largest Award Year to Date)

*Includes Cherish


Number of Cherish Sessions

How the Relief Fund provided health insurance for a young ministry family as they planted a church outside of Atlanta. “It was a physical manifestation of God’s overarching care for us in a time of transition.” – Buck 


# of Donations


Unique Donors


Churches participated in Look/After Campaign

“[Giving to the Relief Fund] deepens our sense of connection with the wider church and underlines our responsibility to care for one another in the bonds of Christ.” from A Work of Gospel Grace and Mercy: Why Draper’s Valley Presbyterian Church Supports the Relief Fund

Watch inspiring stories of your gifts to the Relief Fund

Numbers are unaudited and represent January 1, 2023 – December 31, 2023.