Giving: Annual Giving

Imagine The Possibilities

Annual Giving

Our Mission

The purpose of the Office of Annual Giving at Spelman College is to effectively raise funds from all constituency groups, encouraging annual contributions that support and advance the mission of Spelman College. Gifts to the Annual Fund (Unrestricted Fund), support the College’s strong legacy and is the foundation for transformative change.

Imagine the Possibilities!

The tradition of alumnae giving at Spelman has supported a legacy of excellence for 135 years.

Imagine The PossibilitiesFor the next 30 days, imagine the possibilities for Spelman and her students through increased support from alumnae. Each week, we will share a pride point that tells a part of the Spelman story and we encourage you to share our goal with your classmates and friends.

Last year, alumnae contributed over $2 million to support scholarships, enhanced academic programming and global experiences for Spelman students. As we near the end of the fiscal year, alumnae can once again affirm their commitment to supporting Spelman’s future by increasing alumnae contributions to the College.  

This year, let’s increase alumnae giving to surpass $2.5 million by June 30!

Alumnae can contribute a gift of any amount starting at $10 or more, or select the giving level that best aligns with the impact you desire.  With your support, we can make the possibility of increased scholarship support for our students a reality.

Make Your Gift Today!

Fiscal Year 2016 ends on Thursday, June 30, 2016. Gifts by phone must be received by 5 p.m. (ET) or online by 11:59 p.m. (ET). Gifts through the mail must be received at the College by 4 p.m. (ET) on Thursday, June 30, 2016.


Honor Roll of Donors

As part of ongoing efforts to steward the College's financial resources effectively, the print version of the FY16 Honor Roll of Donors will be abridged to include cumulative gifts of $100 and above received by June 30, 2016. A comprehensive listing will be available online.

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