Young Life at BSU would not be possible without financial support!

Boise State Young Life studentsIf you have a heart for college students, please consider joining our financial support team. Your gifts enable us to go and share Christ with a generation of adolescents who long for truth and unconditional love in their lives. 

Young Life is 501(c)(3) which insures that your gifts are tax deductible.  The easiest way to give is to donate online. Please click on the links below to go to the Young Life Online Giving site. If your preferred method of donating is by writing a check, that works too! Please make checks payable to Young Life College and mail them to PO 4056 Boise, ID 83711

Thank you in advance!

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Sarah Foster - Boise State College Young LifeSarah Foster – Sarah Foster started Young Life College at Boise State in 2011. She loves her job as the YLC director because she has a heart for college students and the unique stage of life that they are in. Sarah and her husband Mark moved from Iowa to Boise in 2009. They welcomed their first child, Finley in October 2013. Sarah enjoys cold water swimming, good coffee, jumping off rocks, and biking around Boise. She has a love for spontaneous dance parties and seeing young people follow Jesus and give their lives away for the sake of Christ.

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Bill Overton -Bill comes to Young Life College at BSU with a great passion for relational ministry. He has been involved off and on with Young Life as a volunteer for more than 20 years and loves making authentic connections with students, especially in the context of shared adventure. Helping students experience a relationship with Jesus in a more tangible way than they ever thought possible is a tremendous privilege for Bill. He and his wife Kristin have 3 amazing kids and enjoy traveling, the great outdoors, and sharing time with good friends. Bill enjoys 80s music, backpacking, rock climbing and all things outdoors.

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