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GIVING

Recent Gifts & Grants

Organizations and individuals provide essential gifts for key initiatives at Southwestern. Just some of the ways you’re sustaining the University:

Organizations 

  • The Texas United Methodist College Association gave an additional $10,000 to the Southwestern Fund for Scholarships which brings the organization’s total gift amount for the year to $119,096. Feb 2015
  • The Texas United Methodist College Association contributed $60,609 to fund student scholarships.  Jan 2015
  • The Newby Memorial Student Loan Fund granted $19,920 to support students with financial needs.  Jan 2015
  • The W.M. Keck Foundation awarded a Molecular Biology Grant of $300,000.  Dec 2014
  • The Fondren Foundation made a pledge payment of $62,500 to the Science Center. Dec 2014
  • The Perkins­Prothro Foundation gave $10,000 to the Parent Fund.  Dec 2014
  • The McCombs Foundation gave $360,000 in support of the Field House, General Campaign, and the Schrum Paideia Endowed Fund.  Dec 2014
  • The law firm of Husch Blackwell, L.L.P. gave $10,000 to fund an endowed scholarship fund in honor of Southwestern alumnus, Bob Dupuy.  Dec 2014
  • The James A. & L. Doris Williams Scholarship Foundation gave $10,000 to the Southwestern Fund for Scholarships.  Dec 2014
  • The John & Maurine Cox Foundation gave $25,000 to the Southwestern Fund.  Dec 2014
  • The Hatton W. Sumners Foundation gave $80,000 to fund the Hatton W. Sumners Foundation Scholarships.  Dec 2014

Individuals

  • An alumna from Fort Worth gave appreciated securities valued at approximately $100,000 to the Southwestern Fund for Scholarships. Feb 2015
  • A friend of the University gave $10,000 to an endowed scholarship fund to honor his mother who is an alumna. Feb 2015
  • An alumna from Colorado gave over $11,000 to the Southwestern Fund. Feb 2015
  • Margaret S. Odiorne fulfilled the desire of her late husband, Truman J Odiorne, by contributing $5,108,000 to establish a permanent endowed scholarship fund for students from the Texas Hill Country in need of financial assistance.  Jan 2015
  • An alumna from East Texas gave $10,000 to the Southwestern Fund for Scholarships.  Dec 2014
  • An alumni couple and trustee from Houston gave $25,000 to the Science Center.  Dec 2014
  • An alumnus from Houston gave over $19,000 of appreciated securities to the Science Center.  Dec 2014
  • A friend of Southwestern in Georgetown gave $20,000 to the Southwestern Fund.  Dec 2014
  • An alumni couple and trustee from Dallas gave $10,000 to the Southwestern Fund.  Dec 2014
  • An alumnus from Florida gave $10,773 to the Earl Moseley, Jr. Endowed Scholarship Fund.  Dec 2014
  • An alumna in California gave $10,000 to begin funding a new endowed scholarship and an additional $1,000 to the Southwestern Fund.  Dec 2014