Giving to Springfield College
The rich heritage of philanthropy at Springfield College began with the institution’s founding in 1885 and continues today. The generous support of alumni, parents, and friends of Springfield College during the past 125 years is a tradition that helps to provide a living and learning environment that will foster the growth of our students as leaders who will serve others.
Ways You Can Support Springfield College:
Springfield College Fund
Gifts made to the The Springfield College Fund are unrestricted, which provides a flexible resource for the College. Most of the dollars raised through the Springfield College Fund directly support financial aid and programming for students. Read more about the Springfield College Fund .
Increasingly, alumni and parents are using planned gifts as a means to augment their outright giving to Springfield College. Planned, or deferred, gifts such as bequests, gift annuities, charitable remainder trusts, etc., provide income to the College for many years while often involving tax benefits for donors. Click here to learn more.
Capital and Endowment Giving
Certain gifts help preserve and enhance the College community, whether in support of identified facilities needs or other physical space priorities, or in support of our faculty and student body. These gifts for capital and endowment purposes ensure the long-term programmatic strength of Springfield College. Click here to learn more.
Contact the Office of DevelopmentCall the Office of Development at 800.622.6072.