BIG SERVE

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What is Geneva Academy’s Big Serve?

Each year at the Big Serve, students, teachers and parents from Geneva Academy roll up their sleeves to complete a community service project in Ouachita Parish.

Geneva Academy is a classical Christian school in West Monroe, educating students from pre-K to 12th grade.

The Big Serve also is the school’s annual fundraiser, a “serve-a-thon” where each family asked friends and relatives to “sponsor” them for their day of service. All proceeds will pay for scholarships and tuition assistance for families who desire a Christian education for their children. 

This year we’ll be singing in nursing homes, planting a wildflower field to beautify a park, cleaning at the Ronald McDonald House and continuing to serve at Forsythe Park through the “Save the Swayze” project. We’ll partner with the city of Monroe to restore the Swayze Natatorium building, which originally opened in 1938 but closed in the 1990s because of damage to the pool. 

It all happens Friday, October 18th.

This is a service project, but we organize it as a “serve-a-thon” where each family asked friends and relatives to “sponsor” them for their day of service. All proceeds will pay for scholarships and tuition assistance for families who desire a Christian education for their children. 

During the past eight years since our first Big Serve, we have taken on projects at the Louisiana Purchase Gardens & Zoo, Family Promise (a family recovery ministry), and Project 41 (a ministry to women) among other community service endeavors. 

We hope you’ll take this Big Serve opportunity to support our school or sponsor a student.