Sarah Krause Mack was born in Jansen, Nebraska, on March 10, 1887. She moved to Reedley, California, in 1915 with her mother and brother. She was interested in missions and faithfully supported the work of the Mennonite Central Committee and other mission agencies by washing and mending clothing and making garments for children. She and her husband David Mack were farmers just outside of Reedley for 30 years and finally settled in Dinuba until her passing on May 17, 1959.
This scholarship was established in 1960 to provide financial assistance to students specifically who have a history of missions work or an interest in pursuing service as a missionary in some capacity after graduating from FPU.
- Preference given to students with a history of service as a missionary or interest in missions or inner-city work after graduation;
- Demonstrates sufficient academic ability to complete a full course of study at Fresno Pacific University;
- Student athletes must meet NCAA Division II Regulations for scholarships;
- Acceptance of the moral and ethical standards of Fresno Pacific University.