Logan was a bright light in his community. His impact was immensely felt and his smile and love of others will continue to be deeply missed until we see him again.Logan had just graduated high school and was getting ready to start ministry school where he was ready to commit his entire life to the service of others as a minister. He was following the same calling as his parents who have also committed their lives to serving their community and the world through vocational ministry.
He touched the lives of so many at his church, in school, and all around his community. His contagious joy lit up any room he walked in to. Logan was only 17 years old, yet he had a unique gift to make everyone he was around – young and old – feel genuinely seen, known, & loved.
Like Logan, we believe EVERY student has the capacity to change the world they live in by living a life of impact that has eternal purpose – to Make It Count. As an extension of Broken for Better; the non-profit organization founded by Kurt & Denette Schaer (Logan’s parents), the Make it Count movement was born.
The Make it Count Scholarship fund helps students remove the financial burdens linked to their professional pursuits, allowing them to PROPEL into their future! If you are in need of resources for furthering your education or would like help attending a student summer camp, please fill out the application below. We will prayerfully consider helping as resources are made available. We desire that you would live a life filled with eternal purpose. Life is short. Eternity is long. Make It Count!