Christian International School of Prague is a non-profit organization, based on a high level of stewardship of funds, which does not generate any income for the Board or its Founders. Most CISP teachers raise support for their salary so education at CISP is as affordable as possible. All tuition is used to provide quality facilities, educational programs, and staff for the school.
The Fellowship Fund - click for more information
The Fellowship Fund provides scholarships and stipends to make learning and teaching at CISP more accessible to more individuals. CISP, in turn, is enriched by the gifts, opportunities, and diversity that these individuals bring. Your gift extends the impact CISP can have in the lives of individuals and families in the Czech Republic and beyond.
Aspire Fund - click for more information
CISP continues to look to the future, planning innovative and exciting ways to meet our vision and mission. We are judiciously planning the next steps of creating an outstanding school in Prague and a facility that makes a difference in the lives of even more students. Gifts to the Aspire Fund will greatly increase our student capacity. Help us grow!
Support CISP Directly
If you wish to contribute to our regular bank account - Information for payment by bank transfer:
Paying in the Czech Republic – Raiffeisenbank a.s. account number: 2201491001/5500
Paying from outside the Czech Republic – Raiffeisenbank a.s.
IBAN: CZ3655000000002201491001 SWIFT Code: RZBCCZPP
Czech taxpayers wishing to make contributions to the Christian International School of Prague (CISP) may do so by making a bank transfer and subsequently receiving an authorized Charity Gift Contract (receipt). Please contact the finance department email@example.com to inform her of your intentions and desire to receive a receipt.
Many of our donors already support the school by sponsoring one of our dedicated staff members who personally raise support to live and minister in Prague. Now, in addition, you have the opportunity to impact the lives of our students through two special funds - Fellowship and Aspire.