By giving to Axis’ General Fund you allow us the flexibility to address needs as they arise. Thank you for being a partner with us in our mission of equipping communities to move from apathy to compassionate action!Donate Now — General Fund
Investing in the Family Presentation allows Axis to present and improve, "Come Together", an ambitious presentation designed to help families reconnect and revolutionize the way they view family discipleship, the Bible, sabbath and work, and heaven.Donate Now — Family Presentation
Proceeds given toward this Endowment Fund allow us to be good stewards and build up a fund that will eventually allow us to benefit solely from the interest returned on the principal. Our goal is to build a fund to over $50,000 in the next five years (that’s a goal of $10,000 a year). Please join us in this endeavor. We believe it is wise to pursue this and would value your partnership!Donate Now — Endowment Fund
Help us cover the cost of the banquet so that 100% of the gifts during the banquet can be applied directly to Axis.
Save the date: Friday, March 9, 2012
Location: University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
It doesn't matter where you live, you can be a huge part of the banquet!
One of the most important parts of a successful banquet are the sponsors. By covering the costs of the event, sponsors allow all of the money raised during the event to go directly to funding the organization.
Right now, Axis is in the middle of looking for banquet sponsors. We have three specific levels of sponsorship, but any amount is greatly appreciated. Please click on the level that you are interested in.
Level 1: $475 sponsors an entire table.
Level 2: $250
Level 3: $50Donate Now — Banquet
Vehicles and RVs
By donating a car or RV, you are helping Axis teach 30 students what it means to have a Biblical Worldview.
Do you have a car, RV, or other vehicle you want to get rid of? Consider donating it and supporting Axis. Read more by clicking on the link below.Donate Now — Vehicles and RVs
By donating 3 old cell phones, you are helping Axis teach 1 student what it means to have a Biblical Worldview.
It's estimated that most American's have 6 - 8 old cellphones lying around their houses. Here is a chance to get rid of your old phones, and help Axis. Please mail in your old cell phones. To print a label click on the link below.
Donate Now — Cell Phones
By donating real estate, you are helping Axis teach 30 students what it means to have a Biblical Worldview.
Support Axis by giving a home, farm land, undeveloped ground, or commercial property. iDonate works with Helping Hands Support, Inc., a 501(c)(3) public charity, to take gifts of real estate, liquidate them, and give the proceeds to Axis. For more details, click on the link below.Donate Now — Real Estate
By donating a boat, you are helping Axis teach 30 students what it means to have a Biblical Worldview.
Have a boat that you want to get rid of? You can help support Axis through donating it. Read more by clicking on the link below.Donate Now — Boats
By donating unused inventory, you are helping Axis teach 30 students what it means to have a Biblical Worldview.
Do you have overstock? Are you closing a business and have left-over inventory? Consider supporting Axis through donating your inventory. Read more by clicking on the link below.Donate Now — Inventory
EIS has generously decided to donate 50% of it's corporate profits to change lives around the world. Axis has been selected as 1 of 11 organizations to receive support, and 10% of the sales go directly to Axis when you select our organization at checkout. EIS offers superior service and unbeatable prices on office and home supplies. Whether you own a business and need staples or are a parent needing toilet paper -- EIS has a great selection and 10% of the total goes directly to Axis.Donate Now — EIS
Support a Full-time Axis Staff Member
Patrick WallacePartner with Axis through Patrick
A native of inner city Philadelphia, Patrick has a B.S. in Religious Studies from Penn State University, where he served as an a Assistant researcher in the Religious Studies Department his senior year. He later attended Focus Leadership Institute where he learned how to be a leader in family, church, and society, while establishing a Christian Worldview. After FLI he traveled a semester as an Axis team member, and developed as a communicator and thinker. Patrick currently resides in Colorado Springs, and leads an Axis team all over the world.
Favorite Quotation:“Conviction that is not undergirded by love, make the dogma possessed repulsive, and the possessor of the dogma obnoxious.”— Ravi Zacharias
Daniel GiddingsPartner with Axis through Daniel
Daniel has a B.A. In English Literature from Cedarville University in Ohio. After college, he spent a year working as a groom and navigator for H’ND Stables in Aiken, South Carolina where he had the privilege of participating in the Royal Windsor Horse Show. He spent several summers on staff with Summit Ministries until becoming the Associate Director of Summit East in 2007. After Summit, Daniel spent three years teaching English in South Korea at the Yale Foreign Language Academy. Originally from South Carolina, Daniel currently lives in Colorado Springs.
Favorite Quotation: “Truth is so obscure in these times, and falsehood so established, that, unless we love the truth, we cannot know it.” — Blaise Pascal
Nicholas GerberPartner with Axis through Nicholas
Associate Director of Team Development
Nicholas is a graduate of the Focus Leadership Institute and the YWAM discipleship school in the Dominican Republic and Haiti. Nicholas worked with YWAM in Mexico before joining Axis in 2011. Originally from Ohio, Nicholas and his wife Amanda now live in Colorado Springs with their dog Oliver, and are expecting their first child in Spring 2012.
Favorite Quotation: “The heart never takes the place of the head: but it can, and should, obey it.” — C.S. Lewis
Melanie MudgePartner with Axis through Melanie
Associate Director of Research
Melanie has a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of New Mexico and is a graduate of the Focus Leadership Institute. In 2009 and 2010, she was on staff as a writing intern with Summit Ministries in Colorado. Originally from New Mexico, she currently lives in Colorado Springs with her husband Josh.
Favorite Quotation: “Indeed the safest road to Hell is the gradual one — the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts.” — C.S. Lewis.
David EatonPartner with Axis through David
CEO and Cofounder of Axis
David has a B.S in Mechanical Engineering from LeTourneau University where he served as Student Body President. After receiving his degree he attended Focus Leadership Institute. He then joined the staff of Summit Ministries as the Assistant Director of Summit East. David has spent a total of 10 months in seventeen foreign countries, including a trip to India with the renowned philosopher Dr. Ravi Zacharias. Originally from Texas, David currently lives in Colorado Springs with his wife Lindsey.
Favorite Quotation: “Socrates said that ‘the unexamined life is not worth living.’ At Axis we like to say, ‘The unexamined faith is not worth believing.’”
Meghan LibassiPartner with Axis through Meghan
Meghan is a graduate of the Focus Leadership Institute. In 2007, she joined Axis and has moved from Team Member to Field Coordinator. She is responsible for booking events, setting up contracts, coordinating all travel for both teams, and several other related tasks. Meghan is very good at planning events, and is an indispensable part of the Axis team. Originally from New Mexico, she currently lives in Colorado Springs.
Favorite Quotation: “‘Oh, Aslan,’ said Lucy. ‘Will you tell us how to get into your country from our world?’ ‘I shall be telling you all the time,’ said Aslan. ‘But I will not tell you how long or short the way will be; only that it lies across a river. But do not fear that, for I am the great Bridge Builder.’” — C.S. Lewis, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader
Jeremiah CallihanPartner with Axis through Jeremiah
CSO and Cofounder of Axis
Jeremiah has a B.S. in Business Administration from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, NY. After receiving his degree he served as the Associate Director of the Bryan College Worldview Teams. he also served as a staff member for Summit Ministries East from 2001-2005. In 2005, he became the Associate Director of Admissions for Focus Leadership Institute. In 2009 Jeremiah joined Axis full time. Originally from New York, he lives in Colorado Springs with his wife Kim and his three sons Nehemiah, Elijah, and Jonathan.
Favorite Quotation: “Man is equally incapable of seeing the nothingness from which he emerges and the infinity in which he is engulfed.” — Blaise Pascal
Axis is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and gifts to Axis are tax deductible. In accordance with IRS guidelines, contributions to Axis are not refundable. Funds donated become the property of Axis when received and are disbursed at the discretion of Axis. Donated funds will be used in furtherance of Axis’ tax-exempt purposes. Axis applies financial gifts to the specific project or purpose for which they were given. Sometimes we may receive more contributions than are needed or can be used wisely for that purpose. In such an event, the extra funds will be transferred to Axis’ general fund. A summary of all charitable contributions given within a calendar year will be sent to all donors at the end of that year. We are a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability (ECFA).