Giving Tuesday

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For students.

For the future.

For Friartown.

What are you grateful for? A professor who changed your life? A college roommate who turned into a best friend? Every time you hear “Go Friars” when you’re walking down the street or at the airport? 

When you make a gift to The Fund for Providence College from now until the end of the day on #GivingTuesday, Nov. 30, you can help express that gratitude and pay your experience forward. Whether you choose to invest in emergency student support; the area of greatest need; varsity athletics; financial aid; or diversity, equity, and inclusion, your gift to The Fund for Providence College will have an immediate impact for today’s students.

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

Mary Baskerville

“For my experience as a student athlete”

Because of you, students like Mary Baskerville ’22, forward for the PC women’s basketball team, have access to high-quality education and a top-tier athletics program.

“For access to fascinating classes taught by inspiring faculty members.”

This year, PC continued to expand its academic offerings through a new major in music technology and production.

 Linda Ineus '22

“For what’s possible because of those who came before me.”

As PC celebrates 50 years of women, we see how women who have come before helped blaze the trail for students like Linda Ineus ’22, biology major and president of campus ministry at PC.

Your Gift Matters

$30 
Provides access to online journals and databases to enhance the research of students and faculty.

$50 
Funds classroom equipment for the new major and minor in music technology and production.

$100 
Provides an individual professional counseling session for a student through the Personal Counseling Center.

$150 
Funds mental and physical health resources for student-athletes, provided by medical professionals in the Canavan Sports Medicine Center.

$250 
Helps sponsor an off-campus student retreat offered through campus ministry.

$350 
Covers the cost of textbooks for one student per semester, so all undergraduates have the resources they need.

$1,000 
Offers wellness activities including outdoor movies and Food Truck Fridays for students to stay engaged and connected throughout the year.

$5,000 
Allows a student experiencing unexpected financial hardship to continue their PC education.

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