Making a Gift

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While unrestricted giving to Goshen allows us the maximum flexibility to meet the changing needs of Goshen College, we encourage you to consider the priority most meaningful to you. Below are the ways you can designate your gift to Goshen.

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Goshen College Fund: five priorities

Designate your gift to the GC Fund — one of the five critical areas of need which include:

  1. Student financial aid and scholarships
  2. Spiritual development
  3. Faculty development
  4. Study-Service Term (SST)
  5. Technology upgrades

Learn more about the Goshen College Fund and the five priorities

Giving Clubs

Become a member of a Giving Club. Giving Club members are dynamic, committed individuals and couples who function as the president’s key support team, providing ongoing spiritual, professional and financial encouragement. Giving ranges from $365 (Builders level) to $25,000 (President’s Circle level).

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Heritage Circle

Become a member of the Heritage Circle. The Heritage Circle is a special group providing for the future of Goshen College. It consists of all persons who have named Goshen College in a deferred gift plan of any type. These include, but are not limited to, your last will and testament, a gift annuity, a charitable trust or a life insurance policy.

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Program support

Give to specific departments and/or programs that will help to underwrite various areas of Goshen College. Program support options include:

  1. Academic departments
  2. Maple Leafs Athletic Club
  3. Music Center Operating Fund
  4. Merry Lea Environmental Learning Center of Goshen College

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Scholarship support

Scholarship funding available to students through endowed and designated funds provides assistance to help make the cost of education affordable. Goshen College is committed to providing students an excellent Christ-centered education at a reasonable tuition rate, while incurring less debt than they would at many public and private colleges.

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