Whether your preference is to contribute to a specific academic discipline, a co-curricular or extracurricular activity, or a valuable service provided by the College such as the Gateway Career Center, your gift will make an impact in the lives of Lafayette College students, and it is greatly appreciated.
In addition to the need for unrestricted giving, the College also appreciates the support of the many and varied programs that enhance our students’ Lafayette experience. Below you will find some of the more popular areas to restrict your gift. If you had another program in mind, and it is not listed, just give us a call to see how you can support the area of your choice. Thank you for your consideration.
Founded in 1937, the Maroon Club is a group of dedicated alumni, parents, and friends that brings financial support and school spirit to Lafayette’s student-athletes. Maroon Club membership dues are covered one of two ways:
Questions? Contact Josh Azer, executive director of the Maroon Club, at (610) 330-3116 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This group is dedicated to increasing the resources of Lafayette’s library and sharing those resources with others. Founded in 1964, the organization has more than 300 members, including alumni, faculty, students, and community residents. Gifts and membership dues are used to:
Questions? Contact Diane Shaw at (610) 330-5401 or email@example.com.
Each year Lafayette brings world-renown artists to the Lehigh Valley. The Williams Center has forged partnerships between the community and such extraordinary artists as Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, jazz pianist McCoy Tyler, and the Washington Ballet. As performance fees escalate and public funding for the arts becomes more competitive, Williams Center supporters are more important than ever.
Questions? Contact Ellis Finger, director of cultural programs at (610) 330-5010 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Landis Center strives to connect students, faculty, and staff with members of the local Easton community. Through co-curricular service-learning projects and community-based learning, research, and service, the Landis Center supports campus-community collaborations on a variety of levels.
Show your support by becoming a Lafayette College Theater Angel. An “angel” in the theater traditionally is a person who financially backs a production.
See what a few dollars from a College Theater Angel can do? Be a part of all this. Become a College Theater Angel. Help us spread our wings across campus, into the local community, and even beyond. If you’d like to be an Angel too, please send checks payable to Lafayette College to:
Lafayette College Theater Angels
Williams Center for the Arts
Lafayette College, Easton , PA 18042.