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This Week in AG History -- May 7, 1961

How Hallie Garrison, a wealthy widow, learned about Hillcrest Children's Home, may not be known, but her gift of more than $40,000 in 1960 built the first of several Hillcrest cottages devoted to housing children and youth.


NCU Computer Project Blesses Neighbors

As part of a class at North Central University, students built computers — the school decided to donate the computers to their neighbors in need.


SEU Announces Land Donation, Completion of Capital Campaign

Southeastern University was recently gifted 36 acres of land for additional athletic facilities and opened its new Welcome Center, made possible through a capital campaign.


Torah Scroll that Survived the Holocaust Given to AGTS of Evangel University for Academic Use

A Torah scroll, estimated to be up to 200 years old, was recently donated to the Assemblies of God Theological Seminary.


Major Donations "Game Changers" for Ability Tree Ministry

Ability Tree, a ministry that serves children and families with special needs, recently received two significant donations that will result in a new home for the ministry.


Convoy of Hope Receives Unusual Donation

Convoy of Hope has been the beneficiary of many gifts, but a roadster was something new.