An endowment is a donation of money or property to a nonprofit organization, which uses the resulting investment income for a specific purpose. Distributions from endowment funds can apply toward scholarships, programs, maintenance, or other things as the donor prescribes in the endowment fund agreement. Below you will find some (but not all) of the GU endowment funds to which you may give.
Make your mark and create a legacy that endures by donating a Scholarship to give GU students a meaningful education and the experience they need to thrive.
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The Full Salvation Union Endowed Scholarship for Christian Unity
Students helped: Ministry majors and other students
The Debra L. Noyes Memorial Education Scholarship Fund
Students helped: Early childhood education majors
Charles and M. R. Shapiro Endowed Chair in Jewish Christian Studies
Persons helped: Students enrolled in select classes, those minoring in Jewish Christian Studies, and the greater university community
Grabowski Memorial Scholarship Fund
Students helped: Those who reflect the leadership skills, kindness, and Christian character that defined Allyson Grabowski.
GU Fund for the Choir
Students helped: Current and future choir members
Harold and Loraine Long Scholarship
Benefits one male and one female student each year who embody the spirit of the Longs and enjoy in one of their passions, tennis.
James and Marilyn Reinhard Trip Fund
With an emphasis on Christianity, students are invited to expand their understanding of the Christian faith while embracing peoples who belong to other Christian traditions and faiths.
The Catalyst Fund
Students helped: Those enrolled in science classes, student researchers
The Foundation for the Sciences
Students helped: Students desiring research experience, a vital component for admission into graduate school.
The James F. and Leona N. Andrews Endowed Chair for Christian Unity
Promotes studies of Christian Unity at Greenville University through The James F. and Leona N. Andrews Endowed Chair for Christian Unity