The students, faculty and alumni of Gordon College are transforming the world, living out their Christian commitment through faithful leadership in service of the common good.

Gordon’s impact would not be possible without the help of our Partners.

Partners are the many alumni, past and current parents, and friends who support Gordon through prayer and financial contributions at a sustaining level. Partners advance Gordon’s mission of personal transformation and worldwide service through crucial funding that supports faculty, facilities, scholarships and programs—philanthropy that will continue to bear fruit in the life and ministry of Gordon College for years to come.

Gordon Partners are recognized by their substantial, cumulative financial commitment to the Gordon College Fund or to any existing College program or project. Through any annual gift of $1,000 or more, it is our privilege to honor you as a Partner.

Becoming a Partner
Join hundreds of alumni and friends who help make a Gordon education possible for our students. Become a Partner today by contributing a gift of $1,000 or more.


Associate Partners
For alumni just beginning their careers and within ten years of graduation, we are pleased to offer a new opportunity to support Gordon as Associate Partners through an incremental gift that aligns with the year you left Gordon—$100 for your first year after graduation, raised $100 each subsequent year for ten years.

Many make an impact: 
Our students and alumni are spread across the globe and in our own backyard, doing work that truly matters.

Cheng QianCheng Qian ’14, China
Chen and her classmate, Becca Berman ’14, just returned from China, where their organization, Global Children’s Vision, seeks to empower the “left-behind children” of migrant workers.

Donald SanyaDonald Sanya ’05, U.S.A.
A Partners scholarship made Gordon possible for Donald, who is originally from Kenya—and his undergraduate internships helped catapult him into a career in New York finance.

Steve KennedySteven Kennedy ’14, Northern Ireland
Now a Gordon senior, Steven has spent months working on-site with Belfast’s 174 Trust, which promotes reconciliation between the city’s clashing Protestant and Catholic populations.

Ken HallenbeckKen Hallenbeck ’13, U.S.A.
Through his undergraduate work with Boston biotech lab Epizyme, Ken helped pioneer new cancer treatments and laid the groundwork for his Ph.D. research in drug discovery.

Naarita ArnoldNaarita Arnold ’13, Bolivia
Since scholarship support enabled her to become Gordon’s first Bolivian graduate, Naarita has returned to her home city, Tarija, to teach and minister to children.

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Kathy Walker
Development Office
p: 978.867.4265