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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 Albert & Margaret Alkek Foundation granted $100,000 to the Southwestern Fund for Scholarships. June 2015
  • The Brown Foundation, Inc. granted $1,006,497 to the Science Center project. June 2015
  • ASIANetwork granted $15,000 for the Freeman Fellowship Program to enable students and a faculty member to conduct research in China this summer. May 2015
  • The Camille & Henry Dreyfus Foundation granted $18,500 for a lectureship in chemistry and the support of students working as researchers this summer. May 2015
  • The Estate of Doris Emby Price gave $10,000 to the Southwestern Fund. May 2015
  • The Welch Foundation granted $40,000 to support the ongoing faculty student research program in the Chemistry Department. May 2015

Individuals

  • An alumni couple from Colorado contributed $10,530 to support endowed scholarships. June 2015
  • An alumnus from Amarillo contributed $12,500 to the Southwestern Fund. June 2015
  • An alumna from Amarillo contributed $25,000 to the Southwestern Fund. June 2015
  • A Trustee from north Texas contributed $10,000 to the Southwestern Fund. June 2015
  • An alumna from California gave $10,000 to the Science Center project. June 2015
  • Parents of a graduate contributed $225,000 to support the enhancement of the spectator area at the Soccer/Lacrosse complex. June 2015
  • An alumnus from Amarillo gave $12,500 toward his $25,000 pledge to the Southwestern Fund. May 2015
  • An alumna from the class of 1943 gave $10,000 to the Southwestern Fund for Scholarships. May 2015
  • An alumnus and Trustee in the Panhandle area of Texas gave $10,189 to the Southwestern Fund. May 2015
  • An alumni couple and Trustee from Houston gave $25,000 to the Southwestern Fund. May 2015
  • Parents of a current student from the Dallas area gave just over $19,000 as a result of their matching gift challenge to other current parents. May 2015
  • A generous couple in Georgetown assigned their remaining interest in a Charitable Remainder Trust to Southwestern valued at $133,228. This distribution from the trust has been added to an endowed scholarship fund. May 2015
  • Parents of a graduate and Trustee gave over $26,000 to the Southwestern Fund. May 2015