Why They Give
Class of 1966 UNCG Teacher Education Fellows Program Fund Endowment
“Education is not a problem. Education is an opportunity.”
— President Lyndon B. Johnson, after signing the Higher Education Act of 1965
I’ve always wanted to make the way easier for those who come after me.
Being educators, we don’t have a million dollars to give the university.
My mother graduated from Woman’s College in 1945. She and my father instilled within me not only a passion for education, but also a spirit of philanthropy.
My life compass was calibrated here. I am glad to have the opportunity to give back to UNCG for the education…
A charitable gift annuity has proven to be a very good investment. The financial benefits have been considerable and it has allowed me to plan gifts…
We all deserve quality healthcare. With my planned gift, I am showing I value the nursing profession and the way…
I have been so fortunate to be in this position and consider it a real privilege to give back to a school that gave me so much.
I am a lover of history and libraries, and a military veteran. I grew up in Portland, Oregon and moved to Hendersonville 19 years ago, after my retirement.
I grew up in Cincinnati, and for as long as I can remember, all I wanted to do was run away and join the army. I’m not sure why, as Cincinnati…