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Salve Community Rises to the Challenge

It has been a year like no other. To the many alumni, families, friends, foundations, corporations, faculty and staff who so generously donated to the Mercy Emergency Relief Fund in response to the pandemic: Thank you! The outpouring of support has been overwhelming and, with your help, students and families received vital financial assistance to navigate these challenging circumstances. We are especially grateful to our philanthropic partners in the Newport community and beyond, including the Davis Educational Foundation, Alletta Morris McBean Charitable Trust, Providence Journal Charitable Legacy Fund and van Beuren Charitable Foundation for their leadership in assisting with the extraordinary needs and expenses related to the pandemic. As administrators, faculty and staff worked diligently to ensure a safe reopening for the entire campus, our partnerships throughout Rhode Island inspired and strengthened our resolve to welcome students back for the fall semester.

 At Salve Regina, we have a special mercy mission that is a particular advantage in the midst of this pandemic, because we believe in service to others. Support of the common good is part of our identity as an institution. 

President Kelli J. Armstrong, Ph.D.

Give a Mask, Get a Mask

Show your love for Salve Regina by making a gift of $25 or more and receive a limited edition #HeartofSalve face mask. Your donation to the Mercy Emergency Relief Fund will also purchase a mask for a current student, demonstrating the many ways in which Salve Regina alumni, parents and friends support students in need of assistance.

Over $1 million raised for urgent needs

1,000+ donors in support of Mercy Emergency Relief Fund

70 percent of Mercy Emergency Relief Fund donors are alumni

Relief funds support students' technology and financial needs