Giving to Gettysburg College

Show your support for Gettysburg

In fund year 2021-2022 (June 1, 2021, to May 31, 2022) the College seeks to raise at least $4.15 million in gifts to the Gettysburg Fund. Meeting this goal is essential to supporting the College’s ability to attract the best students regardless of financial need and provide opportunities for student-faculty research, internships, and co-curricular activities.


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Their Dreams Depend on Your Support

"With the help of financial support, I have been able to comfortably seize many opportunities that have influenced the direction of my life. Thank you to all who choose to give." Learn more about Daniel Jones ’22.

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The Impact of Student Scholarships

"Thanks to the connections I made through my Gettysburg professors, I can now visualize the role I will play when I graduate and join the field of epidemiology." Learn more about Franchesca Amor Aguilar ’22.

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The Daria L. & Eric J. Wallach Professorship of Peace and Justice Studies

"I am pleased to contribute to advancing the important work of preparing students for lives of meaning and consequence." Learn more about this gift from Daria Wallach '76.

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Preserving History, Shaping the Future

The Liebegott-Myers Endowment will aid in the acquisition, conservation, and preservation of rare books and documents. Read about the Rev. Victor Myers's gift and the work it supports.

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$3.5 million gift inspires giving challenge

David R. Brennan ’75, P’00, Chair of the Board of Trustees at Gettysburg College, has delivered a resounding endorsement of the College’s new Business, Organizations, and Management major. Learn more about this gift.

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Travel Fund for Faculty and Students

Peter ’60 and Pamela Casagrande have endowed a $100,000 travel fund for the English Department. Read their story.

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Global Dialogue for a More Just World

Crowdfunding raised over $21,000 for the student-run Consortium of North American Peace Programs conference. Learn more.