Articles of Gratitude
“Our greatest hope is that today’s students continue to be active in furthering their education and never forget that it is always good to pay it forward, to continue contributing back to Marshall.” – Steve Ellis, Marshall alumnus and donor
Read the story of Steve and Pam Ellis in the latest edition of Articles of Gratitude.
“Giving back is so important to me because Marshall gave so much to me. I am committed to giving back to the university that provided me with an outstanding education, career opportunities and priceless experiences.” – Glen Midkiff, Marshall Alumnus and donor, director of the Center for Stakeholder Engagement at Marshall University’s Lewis College of Business
Read Glen’s story in the latest Planned Giving Quarterly Donor Spotlight.
Learn more about planned giving here.
Southern Coalfields alumni chapter recognized
Marshall University’s Southern Coalfields alumni chapter has made an impact on Marshall for several years. This past year, they were recognized for their lifetime giving and welcomed into the Marshall University Foundation’s President’s Circle, which recognizes those who have given $100,000 to $249,999 to help the university rise.
Artifacts of Appreciation
“Scholarships mean a great deal to me. They help alleviate financial burdens, maimize my free time, and push me to achieve academic excellence. A sense of relief settled in once I learned I had earned scholarships. It made me feel that all the hard work was finally paying off and motivated me to continue to strive for future goals.” – Victoria Blickenstaff, Marketing, Class of 2024
Read Victoria’s story in the latest edition of Artifacts of Appreciation.