Why We Give

Your gifts of time, talent, and treasure have been crucial to the school’s past and will pave our future success.


 We are fortunate to have a community that generously shares their money and time to make a difference for our students. Your gifts make improved initiatives and new facilities come to life. We are confident that TMA has a profound and lasting impact on students and families. We invite you to explore the various ways you can support The Master’s Academy.

Leave a Legacy

The Master’s Academy offers several planned giving options to choose from.

A planned gift is, typically, a deferred gift where TMA benefits at some point in the future. The most common planned gifts are bequests, trusts, charitable gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, life insurance, and retirement benefits. A well-designed estate plan is part of good stewardship. By working with your loved ones and advisors, you may establish a plan that reflects your personal and philanthropic goals while also being wise about taxes. Your planned gift can be designated in the area(s) of TMA you desire to support.
If you have any questions, contact the Advancement Office at Advancement@mastersacademy.org 

Ways You Can Give

To give immediately with a credit or debit card: 

If you prefer to mail your contribution: 
TMA Advancement 
Attn: Marcus Mennenga
1500 Lukas Lane
 Oviedo, Fl 32765

Meet Our Director

Marcus Mennenga 
Director of Advancement
407-971-2221 Ext. 1818


Marcus Mennenga has been part of the TMA family since it began in 1986. As a proud alumnus, he is excited to use his financial planning and nonprofit leadership experience to help grow The Master’s Academy. Marcus’ role includes nurturing lifelong relationships with our alumni and families, securing financial resources through various funding initiatives, and promoting TMA in our community.





The Master's Academy of Central Florida, Inc. (TMA) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Contributions to TMA are tax-deductible as allowed by law. While you may indicate a preference for the mission trip of a specific student, TMA has complete discretion and control over the use of donated funds. If resources are raised beyond the goal for a particular trip participant, the excess may be used for other mission trip expenditures.