The Art of Giving

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Supporting Students During a Time for Tenacity

The Evergreen State College Foundation in partnership with alumni, donors, friends, and businesses raised $255,894 for student scholarships! 

In lieu of its annual gala and auction, The Evergreen State College Foundation hosted an ambitious, six-week Art of Giving Scholarship Drive from March 15 – April 24 to raise $200,000 for the Evergreen Scholarship Fund. Inspired after raising more than $230,000 by April 23, the Foundation set a new stretch goal of $250,000 for scholarships by 12 p.m. on April 24.

With an average award of $2,545, this success means 100 students can receive scholarships ensuring they can continue forward with confidence on their journey of learning thanks to the Art of Giving.

Hear from our 2021 Student Keynote Speaker Parris Miller '22 below and learn more about the impact the Art of Giving has on Evergreen’s remarkable students. Thanks for your support!

2021 Art of Giving Student Keynote Speaker, Parris Miller '22

 

The Art of Giving Scholarship Drive has ended but our students’ needs continue. Make a gift to the Evergreen Scholarship Fund below.

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Thank you for generous support of Evergreen students in this critical time of need! 100% of your gift supports The Evergreen State College Foundation; 95% directly supports The Evergreen Scholarship Fund.

About the Art of Giving

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The Art of Giving is The Evergreen State College Foundation’s annual fundraiser bringing donors, alumni, friends and businesses together to celebrate student potential and build support for transformational scholarships at Evergreen ensuring students can stay in school, earn their degrees, and contribute to the vitality of our region and our world. Proceeds from the Art of Giving bolster the College’s ability to support first-generation college students, students of color, veterans, adult learners, and other populations who face barriers to pursuing an outstanding liberal arts education.