2021 Senior Grateful Saints
Class of 2021, it's your time to make your first gift back to Carroll College, showing your gratitude for those that have supported your education. We encourage you to make a gift of $20.21 or make it easy, make it monthly with a recurring gift of $8.33/month.
2021 Bricks will be revealed on Friday, May 7, 2021.
Donors who make their gift before February 26, 2021 will be:
- Recognized with a star on their alumni brick
- Receive a green donor tassel, recognzing you as a donor during the 2021 Commencement Ceremony
- Listed on Carroll's Senior Grateful Saints donor web page
- Listed in Carroll's 2021 Annual Report
Ways to Give
- Give online
- Drop off your gift (cash or check)to Kellie Dold in St. Albert’s Hall room 215
- Contact Morgan Greenfield email@example.com
We are Grateful Saints
Class of 2020 Donors
Krysten Abboud - Josie Anhorn - Kelly Armstrong - Alicia Barnicoat - Natasha Bentley - John Bergoffen - Briauna Bivens - Kristen Bressler - Aubrey Bush - Ayla Carpenter - John Cooney - Amanda Costinett - Stephen Creigh - Colleen Culbertson - Josephine D'Agostino - Katherine Murfitt - Alexandra Dickey - Mattea Erickson - Gretchen Farkas - Clare Fogarty - Maddison Gail - Riley Galt - Peri Gilliland - Katie Grenier - Joshua Groux - Maija Hadwin - Jessica Helm - Elizabeth Hodgson - Karen Hoffman - Heidi Hohmann - Reina Ishibashi - Sara Johnson - Sydney Jones - Kailey Kleinjan - Katherine Korbuszewski - Emma Lambert - Taylor Lapke - Delaney Lester - Joyce Lui - Julia Malmo - Jenny Meadowcroft - Clarissa Moravec - Taryn Neameyer - Madison Nesbitt - Sydnee Nowlen - Kayla Oliver-Connelly - Meghan Patton - Rachel Prevost - Madison Quick - Kathleen Robbins - Brett Rotz - Megan Ryan - Jessica Schmitz - Amelia Schuver - Julia Sciuchetti - Faith Scow - Jocelyn Sigl - Yianni Skoulis - Bailey Soiseth - Michaela Stock - Mariah Stoltz - Theresa Trinh - Melissa Unke - Theresa Wadsworth - Ashley Walker - Rachel Wall - Rebecca Wall - Shelbi Wall - Kaylee Warren - Hope Welhaven
Am I a Grateful Saint?
If you are a Carroll student who is grateful for student scholarships, financial aid help, going to school on a beautiful campus, having updated labs and computers on campus, having great professors, Carroll’s recreational facilities, renovations in residence halls, Carroll’s library... then you are a GRATEFUL SAINT!
Grateful Saints are students who are appreciative of their Carroll experience as a whole. These students realize that Carroll would not be the place it is today without the support of donors. Donors have given hundreds of thousands of dollars throughout the years to ensure that Carroll students receive the best education possible. Donors include alumni, parents, and friends of Carroll, faculty and staff members, local businesses, corporations, foundations and members of the senior class. These donors truly care about you and your education. Funds are raised for Carroll students through the IMPACT Annual Fund. Contributions to the IMPACT Annual Fund support every Carroll student’s education. Even if you pay all tuition costs and didn’t receive financial aid, your education was subsidized by these gifts. Annual Fund donors have enabled the college to strengthen its programs for the benefit of every student.
Contributors to your education are dedicated to continuing Carroll College’s tradition of excellence. They are proud to see what quality education students at Carroll receive and are eager to see Carroll’s outstanding reputation continue. Take a moment to realize how many people have given their time and treasure to ensure your education is nothing short of excellent. Take a moment to be a Grateful Saint!
Carroll’s Student Philanthropy Education Program
1. person studying: somebody who studies at a school, college, or university
2. knowledgeable or interested person: somebody who has studied or takes much interest in a particular subject
phi-lan-thro-py— fi-lan-thruh-pe, noun
1. the effort or inclination to increase the well-being of humankind, as by charitable aid or donations
2. the giving of your time, talent, or treasure
ed·u·ca·tion— èjj káysh’n, noun
1. educating: the imparting and acquiring of knowledge through teaching and learning, especially at a school or similar
Questions about the Grateful Saints?
Contact Kellie Dold - firstname.lastname@example.org