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Project Goal:
$212,860
Amount Raised: $16
Still Needed: $212,844
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The current electrical system at Ethnos360 Bible Institute (Jackson Campus) is unable to meet the current demands of the school. Beginning in June 2018 through June 2020, the institute would like to implement a three-phase plan to do significant upgrades to the electrical system.

The plan is as follows:

  • Phase 1 – Upgrade service from 120/240 Volt 3 phase 4 wire with high leg to 120/208 3 phase 4 wire Wye. This would include a new main distribution panel. The cost for this phase is $64,580.
  • Phase 2 – Replace S-2 cabinet with one 600-amp and one 400-amp panel. They would begin feeding existing loads from these new panels, leading to the eventual elimination of the S-2 cabinet. They will install seven new panels in various locations throughout the building to provide more circuits for future expansion. The cost for this phase is $84,000.
  • Phase 3 – Replace panel X and re-feed the remainder of the loads being served by the S-2 cabinet. This will result in the elimination of S-2 cabinet. The cost for this phase is $64,280.

Your gift can help the Bible Institute in its quest to train godly students in the Bible. Doing significant improvements to the present electrical system will allow the Bible Institute to continue to train missionary candidates safely and effectively.

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Other Ways to Give

To give by check or money order, make it payable to Ethnos360 and include a note if you are designating it for a particular project or missionary. Mail it to: Ethnos360, 312 W. First St., Sanford, FL 32771

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ECFA Accredited

Ethnos360 is a 501(c)(3) tax exempt charity. Contributions are made with the understanding that Ethnos360 has complete control and administration over the use of the donated funds. All contributions designated for specific projects will be applied to those projects. An administration fee of up to 5 percent may be assessed. In the event that we receive more contributions than can be wisely applied to that project, those funds will be used to meet a similar pressing need.