Giving Tuesday

Give to What You Love
#GivingTuesday, November 29

Thank You for Sharing the Love.

Once again, the Friar family has shown what it takes to make a difference. On #GivingTuesday, nearly 800 alumni, parents, staff, faculty, students, and friends contributed over $190,000 to support The Fund for Providence College and other areas critical to the mission of PC.

We couldn’t have done it without you, and we are forever grateful for the outpouring of generosity from across our community. On behalf of both current and future Friars, thank you for choosing to support Providence College.

Did you miss your opportunity to participate in #GivingTuesday? The need for PC students is ongoing. Make your gift now.

For the PC Experience.
The Fund for Providence College in Action.

Emily SIsson

For continued success and athletic achievement.

Because of you, Friar athletes like Emily Sisson ’14 are able to compete at the highest level — from placing at the Olympics to setting national records.


For the rich, transformative education that defines PC.

Thanks to your support, PC is able to expand its academic profile with new programs and course offerings, like a new minor in Catholic humanities.

justin babu '23

For life-changing experiences that inspire personal growth.

Your generosity creates opportunities for students like Justin Babu ’23, who completed a Frederick Douglass International Fellowship in Ireland.

Your Gift Matters

Funds classroom resources for the new Catholic humanities minor.

Offers strength and conditioning resources to student-athletes for optimizing performance and maintaining a healthy body composition.

Covers the cost of textbooks for one student per year, so all undergraduates have the resources they need.

Covers the cost of a laptop for students in need of up-to-date technology to succeed in classroom instruction.

Allows a student to have an experience studying or serving abroad, fostering a cross-cultural awareness to share with fellow Friars.

Allows a student experiencing unexpected financial hardship to continue their PC education.

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