The BIT is an educational center targeting our poorest members and returned missionaries, who historically have had few or no options for education and have fallen away in large numbers. Read more about the BIT.
As many as 65% of students in our target areas do not meet the qualifications to receive Perpetual Education Fund (PEF) money. We bridge the gap by helping these students get to a point where they can. Read more about the One Life Fund.
So many of our brothers and sisters in Nicaragua and Honduras desire to serve missions, but can not afford to purchase the items needed for a mission. In order to receive funds from the Church’s International Missionary Fund, an individual must have received a mission call. In exchange for community service hours from the prospective missionary, we provide the funds necessary for those willing to serve to receive the items and preparation necessary to receive a mission call. Read more about our Pre-Mission program.
For our friends who have time to donate and a willing heart, we have many volunteer programs – from family service vacations or college internships, to Eagle-Scout Projects.
The BIT Alumni Association is dedicated to ongoing graduate participation. Learn more.