Partnerships Make It Happen
The cost of tuition for families at Deer Creek is $6,500 a year, while the actual cost to Deer Creek to educate one child is $7,100 a year. That’s a $600 gap for each student. Furthermore, not all of our families - current and prospective - can afford to pay $6,500 a year. We want any family in our area who wants to experience this Christ-centered, academically-excellent education for their child to be able. We need gospel-financial partnerships to fill the gap and offer tuition assistance. Would you prayerfully consider financially joining Deer Creek in mission? You can click the button above to go a secure, convenient giving page.
LOTTON GLASS - AVAILABLE TO OUR FAMILY
Deer Creek has a great relationship with the Lotton Glass, located in Crete, IL. We were graced by four amazing pieces of artwork. We are using donations from these pieces to support our PHD-SSTEAMM Initiative.
The pieces make great Christmas and Birthday gifts for blown glass enthusiasts. If you plan to support on Giving Tuesday - December 3, 2019, this may be a great way to gain an amazing piece of artwork in the process.
The suggested retail price is listed - however, feel free to visit Deer Creek to view the pieces and discuss prices further with our Director of Development Steven Harrison (firstname.lastname@example.org).
“Charles Lotton, with his sons Daniel & David and our studio artist Scott Bayless, create hand blown, one of a kind works of glass art. We create beautiful hand blown vases, bowls, sculptures, paperweights, perfume bottles, lamps, pendant lighting as well as chandeliers.
Our business began in 1970 with prayers and dreams when Charles began teaching himself the art of glassblowing in his backyard. The chemistry of Charles' glass is unique to Lotton Glass. Lotton Art Glass is one of the very few studios in the world to start with elements of the earth like sand, soda ash, lime, borax, zinc and metals resulting in some of the most breathtaking colors that you will ever see.
Each artist has found his own style, or niche you might say, that produces some of the finest glass made in the world today. Charles', David's and Daniel's creations now permanently grace hundreds of museum as well as private collections. Their collectors have followed them through over 45 years of glassmaking, watching the incredible progression of design in their work.’
To find out more about the Lotton Family visit https://lottonartglass.com/