Your Kalamazoo College philanthropy – which supports scholarships, faculty excellence, experiential learning, capital improvements, athletics and many other elements of the K experience – helps provide a powerful and life-changing liberal arts education for our students. Thank you!
Philanthropy in Action
“Professors Apps, Dugas, Fletcher and Lindley are extraordinary teachers,” said Provost Mickey McDonald. “And each has a deep commitment to scholarship and service, to the art and science of learning, and to the achievement of educational outcomes students can long apply to successful living.”
To celebrate their first wedding anniversary, Nahrain and her husband Ralph established the Nahrain Kamber ’01 and Ralph Griffith Endowed Student Research Fellowship, a gift that will benefit women science students at K in perpetuity.
“Given the chance to speak with successful lawyers from K provided us with the opportunity to clarify any uncertainty that we had in regard to a career in law, all while receiving advice from individuals who were once in our shoes. It was a truly phenomenal opportunity to meet and connect with such talented people.” – Benjamin Toledo ’17, participant in the inaugural “K to the Windy City” Chicago K-Trek
Donor and Volunteer Honor Roll Key
The Donor and Volunteer Honor Roll features various icons related to giving and volunteering. The key indicates the number of years a donor has given to K (“35+” is the maximum) and gift designation areas from the past fiscal year.
Membership in our leadership-level giving societies is also recognized – the 1833 Society (Kalamazoo College Fund); the Hornet Club (Hornet Athletic Association); and the President’s Parents Leadership Circle (parents of current students). In addition, the Stetson Society honors individuals who have included the College in their estate plans.
Finally, volunteers from the past fiscal year are acknowledged. For more information on volunteering at K, please visit www.kzoo.edu/getengaged.