What is an endowed scholarship?
An endowed scholarship is established by a donor or donors and invested with the school’s endowment. The interest from the scholarship is awarded each year. The awards are in perpetuity, spending only the interest accrued in a given year, not the principal.
How much do I give?
No amount is too small (or too large)!
The scholarship becomes active with the ability to awarded monies when donations reach $25,000.
Can my company match my gift?
Many corporations match their employees’ charitable contributions to non-profit organizations. To find out if the company you work for (or your spouse's company) has a matching gift program, contact your human resources office and follow the directions to initiate a match. If you need more information about matching gifts, contact Erin Hanna '98, Director of Institutional Advancement at 401.434.0113 ext. 104 for more information. You will be credited for your gift, plus the matched amount by your or your spouse's employer.
Have questions? Please contact Amanda Grattan Coordinator of Alumnae and Parent Engagement.