All gifts make an important impact on the Moravian College experience, both for students of this generation and the next.
The generosity of graduates, parents, and friends enables Moravian to continue with its mission to educate men and woman for lives of leadership and service. Support is critical to the mission of Moravian and the health of the College community.
In all our accomplishments—both past and those to come—we are grateful for your support and we thank you!
A major gift at Moravian College begins at the $25,000 level and may be given all at one time or over a five year period. Gifts at this level make a true impact on Moravian College because they allow the College to do things above and beyond what is accounted for within the College’s budget.
Major gifts provide Moravian College with significant resources to endow scholarships for students, build state-of-the-art facilities, and ensure that Moravian College is sustained and developed in perpetuity. Just as important, major gifts allow a donor to support a cause for which he or she is passionate. Simply put, major gifts provide opportunities for students that they would not have experienced otherwise.
Considering a major gift to Moravian? Contact one of the Major Gifts team to discuss the possibilities!
Julia Attanasio, Director of Major Gifts
email@example.com • 610-625-7906
Luke Smith, Assistant Director of Major Gifts
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Moravian Societies and Clubs
The Comenius Society - Leadership Giving
The Comenius Society comprises alumni, trustees, friends, parents, corporate leaders, faculty, staff, and students who share the conviction that Moravian defines what it means to be a 21st-century educational institution, carrying Comenius' ideals forward in a way that merits significant financial support. Members of the Comenius Society have supported Moravian by giving $1,000 or more during the last fiscal year (which runs July 1 - June 30).
|Comenius Society||Giving Levels|
|1742 Club||$ 50,000+|
|Chairman's Club||$ 25,000+|
|Trustees' Club||$ 10,000+|
|President's Club||$ 5,000+|
|Heritage Club||$ 2,500+|
|Benigna Club||$ 1,000+|
Graduates of the Last Decade (GOLD) membership in the Comenius Society is awarded to alumni who give $142 in the first year after graduation, and thereafter give $100 for each year since graduation (e.g., 2nd year, $200; 5th year, $500).
Comenius Society members will receive invitations to the annual Comenius Society dinner, Vespers, and other special events. New members will receive a welcome packet, and young alumni who contribute $1,000 or more in a fiscal year will be recognized.
|Greyhound Club||up to $149|
Moravian's Cornerstone Society recognizes individuals who have made a future gift commitment for the benefit of Moravian College and/or the Moravian Theological Seminary. This includes future gifts established through a will provision, charitable trust, and/or a percent of an asset such as a life insurance policy, brokerage account, or retirement fund.
Cornerstone members are honored at special receptions and events each year in appreciation of their foresight.
Consistent Giving Society
The Consistent Giving Society honors the many loyal donors who consistently make a gift to Moravian College. It is this consistent support by donors through the years that has enabled Moravian to sustain and expand the opportunities for deserving students to receive a Moravian education.
All donors who have made a gift to Moravian College each year for the last five fiscal years (July 1 - June 30) are eligible for membership in the Consistent Giving Society. Alumni who graduated in the past 10 years need only to make a gift in each of the last three consecutive fiscal years to be a member. Membership continues as long as members give in each succeeding fiscal year.
Members of the Consistent Giving Society will receive recognition in the Gift Report published in the fall Moravian College Magazine. Most importantly, you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are part of a group of people who are truly committed to Moravian College.