THE GORDON COLLEGE FUND
Gordon is a place where the whole has always been greater than the sum of its parts—and broadly described as the Gordon Experience. It is everything that makes Gordon exceptional, and it is indelibly connected to your support of the Gordon College Fund.
For cumulative giving that totals $1,000 or more annually you can become a Gordon College Partner.
Other ways to give:
The Gordon College Athletic Department offers an intercollegiate program that promotes intellectual maturity, Christian character and program excellence.
Planned and Special Gifts
The future of Gordon College is being planned today by alumni, friends, faculty and staff who, through their foresight and faithfulness, are choosing to leave their legacy to generations of Gordon students. Whether as a bequest, gift annuity, charitable trust or other arrangement, we welcome your support through a planned gift—a category of giving from which you could also benefit
Support the Arts
Gordon's music and visual arts programs develop students' talents into expertly honed skills while enriching our campus culture and the local community. Your support enables us to continue offering the exceptional quality we are known for, and to provide essential scholarships for gifted music and arts students.
The Bench Project
The Bench Project gives you the opportunity of leaving a legacy at Gordon. Dedicate a bench and support the Heart of Discovery campaign.
Endowed Scholarships enable you to create an ongoing investment in the College as well as help students by providing scholarship aid.
The George F. Bennett Leadership Award
George F. Bennett has long been a principled leader in Boston’s financial world and is a man of great faith in Jesus Christ. He has modeled the wisdom and vigilance of a leader in faithful pursuit of the common good. The George F. Bennett Scholarship for Outstanding Student Leadership honors Mr. Bennett’s legacy by supporting tomorrow’s leaders of the private sector. Your contribution provides vital scholarship support for talented students at Gordon College, equipping them to make significant contributions to the world as servant-leaders.