Giving TO Wabash
RELATIONSHIPS HAVE ALWAYS BEEN AT THE CORE OF THE WABASH EXPERIENCE - between students and their professors, alumni and the young men they mentor, and students working hard together in a constant pursuit of excellence.
Gifts to the College enable these relationships to flourish. In the classrooms and laboratories, on the playing fields, and on the Fine Arts Center stages - it is the annual generosity and support of alumni and friends that is vital to relationships that are the essence of Wabash.
Philanthropy is one of the College's oldest and most important traditions. Edmund Hovey and Elihu Baldwin sought reputable people out east in order to establish these classic halls. Today, we need you - our alumni and friends - to continue this tradition of generosity and expand the culture of philanthropy that positions Wabash as The Liberal Arts College for Men.
The Annual Fund is the foundation of all philanthropy at the College. Each year more than 4,600 alumni and friends invest in the teaching and learning that is at the heart of the Wabash experience with gifts to the Annual Fund. Alumni participation is equally important in helping to maintain Wabash as a top-tier liberal arts college.
Every Wabash experience is made possible because of the donors who gave generously, many of them by thoughtful gift planning in their will or estate plan. There are numerous ways to give and many areas to support. Determining what to give to and how to give it can be a daunting task, but if you are charitably inclined, we have put together a booklet to help you organize your thoughts and resources as you consider providing for loved ones and charities you care about. What will your Little Giant legacy be? Request your booklet here. Is Wabash already in your plans? Great! Let us know by completing a Kane Society form.
Alumni and friends who stand T.A.L.L. and invest in Wabash with their philanthropic gifts demonstrate leadership and strengthen the College's serious and time-honored mission to educate men to think critically, act responsibly, lead effectively, and live humanely.