To foster meaningful giving opportunities, several annual giving programs are available to help meet student and University needs. Annual gifts provide much needed immediate-use funds to meet the practical and necessary budgetary demands of operating a university.
A critical element to meeting the University’s greatest needs, the Annual Fund ensures the future of Salve Regina by providing funds for students, faculty, academic programs, facilities and technology. Salve Regina’s Annual Fund continues to thrive, thanks to the generous support of alumni, parents and friends.
Friends of Seahawk Athletics
Friends of Seahawk Athletics is comprised of Salve Regina alumni, parents and friends who have a special affinity for our 18 intercollegiate athletic teams and the role that athletics play in the community. Gifts help guarantee the future success of the athletics program while supporting the student-athletes of today. Your involvement is an investment in our current student-athletes, and honors the legacy of Salve Regina’s athletes of years past. Salve Regina’s athletics fans are encouraged to take their support to the next level by joining the Friends of Seahawk Athletics.
Gifts can be directly designated to the team(s) of your choice or to the greatest needs of the program. In an effort to raise the level of all teams at Salve Regina and the program as a whole, 10 percent of all gifts are placed in a general athletics account managed at the discretion of the director of athletics. These funds are utilized toward capital improvement projects that are not gender specific in nature and benefit the athletics program as a whole.
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Citizens of the Pell Center
Help to support Sen. Claiborne Pell’s philosophy of translating ideas into action and helping people by joining Citizens of the Pell Center. Your gift is an investment in the future of the Pell Center and a bold statement showing that you support the legacies established by Pell.
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