Gifts to the Saints and Angels Fund are vital to ensuring innovation and excellence at Presentation. Your gift is important each and every year. All gifts, regardless of size, play an important role in allowing Presentation to become the best institution it can be.
Supports academic excellence
A stable operating budget reinforced by generous annual gifts allows the College to hire and retain outstanding professors who are leading scholars within their areas of expertise.
Helps us stay strong by being flexible
Your gift allows Presentation to address underfunded, unmet, and emergency needs and gives us the ability to respond quickly to new challenges and opportunities that will advance our mission.
Reinforces Presentation now and in the future
Your gift reaffirms your commitment to the College and its values. The collective support of many alumni, parents, and friends helps the College secure grants from corporations and foundations. It also provides college ranking guides with an indication of the satisfaction of our constituents.
Changes the world
One student educated at Presentation can positively impact the lives of thousands.
You may support the Annual Fund with a gift to the area that is important to you and to the College.
Unrestricted — Support for Immediate Needs
Unrestricted contributions to the Annual Fund provide much-needed revenue to provide for Presentation’s most critical needs – scholarship, faculty-student research, student life programs, community outreach projects, academic programs, campus renovations, technology and much more.
Gifts in this area ensure that Presentation offers a diverse and challenging educational environment, with state-of-the-art facilities and faculty members who are dedicated to teaching and mentoring.
Your gift will allow deserving students, who otherwise may not be able to attend Presentation, to receive need-based grants and academic scholarships.
These gifts enable students to participate in hundreds of residential, cultural, recreational, social, volunteer, athletic, and special-interest programs.