The College Donor Digest

Intelligent College Giving: Success Through A Shared Vision

May 19, 2020

Intelligent College Giving is a project of the Fund for Academic Renewal featuring video and print interviews with donors who have made innovative, meaningful gifts to higher education. 

We are excited to share with you the latest installment of Intelligent College Giving. Success Through A Shared Vision is a case study of the Tocqueville Program at Furman University. We feature an interview with Ginny and Sandy MacNeil, thoughts from the program co-director, Jenna Storey, and insights from FAR Director Emily Koons Jae on the connection between philanthropy and the Tocqueville Program's success. Please enjoy reading the case study here

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