ASP Mission Trip Scholarships

Spend a week serving alongside families in the heart of Central Appalachia making homes warmer, safer, and drier.

Scholarships are open to groups of all sizes and are intended as last-dollar support to make a trip financially possible. Application will remain open until all scholarship funds have been awarded. The scholarship application should be completed by the Trip Coordinator on behalf of the group or group members.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible for a scholarship?

Scholarships are reserved for individuals and groups that require financial assistance to make a trip possible, especially first-time trips. We welcome groups of all sizes to apply — please make note of the total number of volunteers who would need the scholarship.

What is the timeline for applying?

The ASP Scholarship officially is open until all scholarship funds have been awarded. We encourage you to submit your application as soon as you identify the need for financial assistance. All submissions are reviewed on a rolling basis.

What’s the maximum group size?

There’s no maximum group size that’s eligible to receive an ASP Scholarship. We may require groups to fill out additional questions about individual participants after your group application has been submitted.

Who do I contact with questions?

For additional information or questions not mentioned in this FAQ section, please use the live chat “widget” available on this website  or email We look forward to hearing from you!

Mauldin United Methodist Church's Story

Thanks to the ASP Scholarship Program…

“I saw God work this week at our site with our homeowners and God taught me how so many people can come together. It was cool so see how God brought us all here.”

First United Methodist Church of Lewisville's Story

Thanks to the ASP Scholarship Program…

“This trip brought back many youth that had stepped away from the youth program for various reasons. It was exciting to see the longing for the mission trip which reunited these students to the group.”