From Now to Next
Planned gifts, which include bequests via will, charitable gift annuities and trusts, and retirement plan beneficiary designations, offer an opportunity to be part of Franklin & Marshall College’s legacy, sustain the life and mission of the College and benefit you and your family all at the same time.Learn More
Capital and endowed gifts provide a reliable source of income that allows the College to continue investing in the excellence of its campus, faculty and student experience. Your investment enhances the College’s commitment to excellence in undergraduate liberal education.Learn More
Your gifts make an immediate impact on Franklin & Marshall College — on its students, faculty, campus and enduring legacy. This includes both gifts designated for a particular cause and unrestricted gifts to the Franklin & Marshall Fund. Every gift to the Franklin & Marshall Fund is vital to every aspect of the F&M student experience — supporting close student-faculty collaboration, energizing campus life, extending financial aid to talented students, expanding programs for student-athletes, promoting ongoing opportunities for learning and discovery, and preparing students for life after college. The fund provides the resources necessary to sustain the College and its mission of excellence in undergraduate education.
The stories below speak to just some of the tremendous impacts of our donors' generosity and the collective power of this essential fund. Support F&M students by making your gift today.
Deliberate and self-assured, Lydia Shaw and Glory Jacquat, Franklin & Marshall College’s newest Rouse Scholars, share powerful ideas about leadership and life as they sit in a quiet room at Martin...Read More
Nine Franklin & Marshall alumni, working as Fulbright English Teaching Assistants in the world’s far-flung locations this year, have earned the College the distinction as a “top producer” of...Read More
Scientific inquiry sometimes means discovering an untested hypothesis is wrong, which is what senior James Fahey spent eight months investigating in Franklin & Marshall College’s chemistry labs.Read More
When Jill Ireland decided to leave Nashua, N.H., to attend Franklin & Marshall College, she didn’t know that she would soon be engaged in research that would have a significant effect on the learning...Read More
Last spring, when Franklin & Marshall College junior Will DeLince asked his professors what an anthropology major does over the summer, their answer to him was “fieldwork.” They directed him to the...Read More