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Fostering lifelong engagement with members of the WKU Family to further advance the University's overall mission.
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Read more about this gift from the Tassell family and WKU's Day of Caring in the latest edition of WKU SPIRIT Magazine:
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WKU Philanthropy Sep 22
The latest alumnus to support is ! "I'm honored and privileged to be part of a scholarship that will have a lasting effect on a student's transition to college." More at
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WKU Philanthropy Sep 17
Frank Jones III, a freshman from Bowling Green, is the inaugural recipient of the Scholarship. Jones, a 2020 Bowling Green High School graduate, is pursuing a degree in Sports Management. Read more at .
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WKU Philanthropy Sep 15
Former and student-athlete is the latest to join former teammates in supporting . "WKU will forever hold a special place in my heart." Read more at .
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WKU Philanthropy Sep 10
Former and student-athlete and former student-athlete Chastity Fant have joined former teammates in supporting ! Read more at
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WKU Philanthropy Sep 9
Did you know that WKU recently won an Honor Roll Award in the Increase Engagement category at for our Day of Caring? Take a look at all we did to bring together Hilltoppers from around the globe: .
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WKU Philanthropy Sep 7
Such a great partnership with . Thank you for your support of students!
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WKU Philanthropy Sep 7
Thanks to support from the , the Food Pantry is open to all community members. Learn more at:
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WKU Philanthropy Sep 1
Matt Maresca is the latest to join ! “By promoting a more diverse environment at WKU, I look forward to this scholarship providing several local high school graduates financial support for many years to come.”
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WKU Philanthropy Aug 27
Our Thursday goes out to Ryan Dearbone, a two-time alumnus who serves as a Philanthropy Officer, an Adjunct Instructor with and President of the local NAACP chapter in addition to his #1 job: Dad.
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WKU Philanthropy Aug 25
Crystal Kelly joins ! "I am thrilled to help others have the same amazing experience that I once had on the Hill." Read more at:
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WKU Philanthropy Aug 24
Excited this Emerging Leader is already “paying it forward” to future students. Thank you, Juan! Read more about the scholarship he established in honor of Black Lives Matter at
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WKU Philanthropy Aug 24
Making a gift to support current and future students is a great way to pay it forward to others pursuing their educational dreams. Learn more at . You can join in by making a gift through our Back to School campaign.
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WKU Philanthropy Aug 24
Welcome back, Hilltoppers!
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WKU Philanthropy Aug 21
receives a $60,000 grant from the for a project to support sophomore and junior students of color through programming to increase retention and four-year graduation rates. Read more at:
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WKU Philanthropy Aug 20
By making a gift through the Back to School campaign, you will directly benefit students as they pursue their educational dreams. Please consider making a gift today to support students like Will.
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WKU Philanthropy Aug 19
Already joined in the Back to School campaign? Share it with fellow alumni and friends! Use to tell others why you made a gift and encourage them to join in.
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WKU Philanthropy Aug 18
joins with a gift in honor of mother, Ruth Rogers. "I am honored to join my brothers in giving back to a community that has given so much to us, especially in memory of my mom."
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Amanda Trabue Aug 17
We continue to push forward for access and opportunity for everyone. Thank you to our and friends who will make that dream a reality.
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WKU Philanthropy Aug 17
announces $39 million toward $50 million goal in private support for WKU Opportunity Fund. Learn more at .
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