Gold Giving Program
The GOLD Giving Program (Graduates Of the Last Decade) represents all gifts made to Stonehill College by its most recent graduates. As a component of the Stonehill College Fund, all gifts made to the College by alumni from the classes of 2003-2012 constitute GOLD Giving Program gifts as well.
There is no minimum gift requirement with the GOLD Giving Program. Every gift is greatly appreciated.
Concerned that a small gift won't make an impact?
Don't be. Gifts of any size are meaningful to Stonehill as they not only help us provide our unique educational experience but also raise the College's profile and national rank.
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The GOLD Scholarship will be awarded to a rising junior or senior at Stonehill with a GPA of at least 3.0, demonstrated financial need, and a commitment to the Stonehill community.
Remember, when it comes to participation, no one's gift can take the place of yours.
GOLD Giving Volunteers
GOLD Giving volunteers are members of the classes of 2003-2012 who commit to make a personal gift to the College each year and to also encourage friends to support Stonehill.
In appreciation of their commitment to Stonehill, GOLD Giving Volunteers receive special correspondence from the College and are invited to select Stonehill events throughout the year.
If you are interested in learning more about the GOLD Giving Program or would like more information about becoming a GOLD Giving Volunteer, please contact Kevin Dubuc '07, development associate at 508-565-1367 or email email@example.com.