The Mustard Seed Foundation is a Christian family foundation established in 1983 under the leadership of Dennis W. Bakke and Eileen Harvey Bakke. The Foundation was created as an expression of their desire to be faithful stewards of the financial resources entrusted to them, to bring together the members of their extended families into common ministry, and to advance the kingdom of God. The Foundation prioritizes grants primarily to churches worldwide that are engaged in ministry including outreach, discipleship, and economic empowerment. The Foundation also awards scholarships to Christians pursuing advanced educational degrees in preparation for leadership roles in society. All directors and staff of the Mustard Seed Foundation are committed followers of Jesus Christ. The Foundation affirms the Lausanne Covenant as its missional commitment to the world.

Giving Areas

 Church-based-grants Church-Based Grants  The Mustard Seed Foundation provides seed funding for small startup projects of local congregations around the world.
Harvey-Fellows Harvey Fellows Program  The Harvey Fellows Program provides financial support to Christian students who are pursuing graduate studies at premier institutions in fields considered to be underrepresented by Christians and who possess a unique vision to impact society through their vocations.
TOW Theology of Work Grants  The aim of the Theology of Work grant program is to encourage theological institutions worldwide to instruct seminarians, pastors, and educators in a biblical basis of a theology of work.