Supporting worthy causes

You can learn a lot about people by how they give of their time and resources. A company is no different. At AMDG, our investment in a variety of causes makes us who we are. We are privileged to be able to do it.

Scholarships

AMDG Scholarship Assistance Fund at San Juan Diego Academy
The AMDG Architects endowment Fund at San Juan Diego Academy provides scholarship money for San Juan Diego Academy students that aids in nurturing the future of Hispanic Catholic Leaders.

AMDG Scholarship at Calvin College
This scholarship is given annually by the firm to a student in their second, third or fourth year in the pre-architecture program demonstrating interest in pursuing a career in architecture. The scholarship is given based on financial need with preference to ethnic minority or international students, women and/ or non-Christian Reformed members. AMDG has sponsored this scholarship since 2000.

AMDG Architects, Inc Educational Support Services Endowment Fund at Grand Rapids Christian Schools
This endowment fund supports the Grand Rapids Christian Schools (GRCS) by ensuring they possess the resources needed to support and celebrate the gifts and abilities of each student. GRCS offers Educational Support Services (ESS) for those who may need assistance beyond the traditional classroom, serving over 350 children among all Grand Rapids Christian Schools with a wide variety of individualized services.
AMDG Daniel Visser Applied Technology Fund at Grand Rapids Christian Schools
AMDG Architects established this fund at the Grand Rapids Christian Schools Foundation in honor of Daniel Visser, a former teacher at Grand Rapids Christian High School. This fund ensures that the Applied Technology program possesses the resources needed to provide excellent educational programs to train students in the areas of construction, manufacturing, engineering, and architecture.
Illiana Christian High School Endowed Scholarship for Adaptive learning
South Christian High School Endowed Scholarship for tuition assistance
AMDG Architects Scholarship Fund at Catholic Central High School

Donations

  • Baxter Community Center
  • Be Well Center
  • Children’s Assessment Center
  • Children’s Healing Center
  • GR Children’s Museum
  • Guiding Light Missions
  • Grand Rapids Christian Schools
  • Harderwyk CRC
  • United Way Community Investment Fund
  • Home Repair Services
  • Mika’s Lunch
  • Pregnancy Resource Center
  • Catholic Central High School
  • Bridgeway Community
  • Calvin College
  • GRCS Education Support
  • Intervarsity
  • WCSG
  • World Vision
  • Zeeland Christian
  • Ada Christian School
  • Association for A More Just Society
  • Grand Rapids Christian Schools
  • Living Stones Academy
  • St. Stephen Catholic School
  • San Juan Diego Academy
  • Metro Health Hospital Foundation
  • Rockford Rotary
  • Safe Haven Ministries
  • Spectrum Health Foundation – Pennock
  • Trinity Christian College
  • Turning Pointe School of Dance
  • Zuni Christian Middle School
  • Benjamin’s Hope
  • Christian Reformed Conference Grounds
  • Children’s Learning Center Network
  • Cutlerville East CRC
  • Timothy Christian School
  • Summit Christian School
  • First CRC of Grand Haven
  • Foundation for Catholic Secondary Education
  • Grand Rapids Symphony
  • Haiti Foundation Against Poverty
  • Hope College
  • Illiana Christian School
  • Lynden Christian Schools
  • Rehoboth Christian Schools
  • South Christian High School
  • Cyril & Methodius Catholic Church

Speaker Series

Wise words

It’s important to hear what people in our community have to say, especially those who are well informed. We are honored to be able to host leaders on topics ranging from creativity and design to globalization, faith, and technology.

Upcoming Speakers

Past Speakers
  • Portrait of David Smith

    David Smith, Director of Kuyers Institute for Christian Teaching & Learning and Director of Graduate Studies in Education at Calvin College

    Seeking the Garden of Delight: Imagination and learning

    Friday, July 28
    Why do we say "Kindergarten"? The word is the fruit of a long tradition of talking about learning in terms of gardens. One major figure in that history is the Moravian bishop and educational reformer John Amos Comenius. Drawing from biblical imagery of the "garden of delight," Comenius imagined a wide-ranging reform of schools and communities that remains suggestive today. His garden imagery wove together concerns for beauty, generosity, justice, and moral formation. What might it mean to imagine our learning spaces and community interactions as "gardens of delight"?