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Each state or regional WMU has its own TTT endowment which financially supports state WMU where you live. Annual TTT distributions: 2.5% to the state or regional WMU; 2% to the Vision Fund; 0.5% to the WMU Foundation.
BSU Advancement fund
The Baptist Student Union (BSU) Advancement Fund aids Baptist collegiate ministries on college campuses across the country and provides aid in areas where local Baptist congregations are not able to support Baptist student ministries.
Carolyn Weatherford Scholarship
Awarded to women pursuing a Baptist missions career in the U.S. Typically reserved for post-graduate work.
Christian Women’s Job Corps Endowment
Provides support for local CWJC sites.
Christian Women’s Job Corps Special Fund
All funds awarded from the CWJC Special Fund financially support staffing, training, and programming needs of CWJC®/CMJC®.
Sybil Bentley Dove Endowment
The Dove Endowment provides a grant each year to the Dove Award recipient, helping a current or former CWJC student become independent and enhance her ability to nurture the development of her children.
Dalton & Judith Edwards Ethnic Leadership Development Endowment
Grants from the Edwards Endowment provide training opportunities for current and prospective ethnic leaders throughout New Mexico. This Endowment honors Dalton and Judith Edwards’ years of service as NAMB missionaries in New Mexico.
Hocutt Memorial Scholarship and Juliette Mather Scholarship
The Hocutt Memorial Scholarship is awarded to anyone pursuing a career in Baptist missions with an emphasis on, but not limited to, the chaplaincy or U.S. based missions. The Juliette Mather Scholarship is awarded to female college students preparing for Baptist Christian ministry. Both can be national or international missions.
Lillian Isaacs Endowment for Literacy Missions
Grants provide education for literacy trainers, seed money for new programs, materials for existing programs, and other expenses related to sharing Christ through literacy missions.
Native American LINK Endowment
This endowment was established to support the general operational ministry needs of the Native American LINK which "links" American Indian women together and helps to equip and involve them in the work of the kingdom.