On Giving Day, March 2, we celebrated what it means to be a Gull, knowing that our collective impact makes a difference all year round. Thank you for making Endicott College's fourth annual Giving Day a record-breaking success.
Together, our community raised $428,268 from 3,187 donors. In honor of their 50th reunion, alumnae in the Class of 1972 raised $65,000 for the Big Giving Day Challenge to support key priorities in academics, athletics, student life, and the Annual Fund. Further, with the support of Trustee Mike Rockett's challenge gift, the Endicott community raised over $20,000 for the Wings Fund. The Wings Fund makes available emergency support to students experiencing unanticipated financial hardship in times of crisis. This fund was created in the immediate aftermath of the COVID-19 outbreak when members of the community were experiencing sudden and acute financial difficulty. Gifts to the Wings Fund will help Endicott directly respond to students’ needs following the invasion of Ukraine and the global unrest it has caused.
There are so many ways your participation impacts today's students and future generations to come. Thank you.
Visit endicott.edu/givingday to learn more.