Information for Donors

Le Moyne graduates know their alma mater is a place that is special, distinct and full of heart. It makes an impact. So do members of the President’s Club, who provide the College with an annual gift of $1,000 or more.

Now 800 strong, the members of the President’s Club have helped the College achieve some pretty impressive things – to grant financial assistance to outstanding, deserving students who otherwise might not be able to afford a Le Moyne education; to hire dedicated, engaged faculty who can speak not just to their students’ classroom contributions, but to their dreams; and to offer an enriching campus life that nurtures students’ personal, intellectual and social development.

President's Club Giving Societies

Donors who give $1,000 or more each year are members of the President’s Club.

While every gift to the Le Moyne College Fund is vital, contributions from President's Club members account for more than 80% of donations we receive annually.

President’s Club Giving Societies

Vision: $50,000 or more
Tradition: $25,000 - $49,999
Benefactors: $10,000 - $24,999
Associates: $7,500 - $9,999
Fellows: $5,000 - $7,499
Patrons: $2,500 - $4,999
1946 Society: $1,946 - $2,499
President’s Club Sustainers: $1,000 - $1,945

Other annual giving societies

Grewen Society: $500 - $999
Chimes Society: $250 - $499
Tower Society: $100 - $249
Foery Society: $1 - $99

Government and Foundation Relations

The Department of Government and Foundation Relations serves as the coordination point for all sponsored activity. It is charged with the responsibility of working with faculty and staff to procure external funds that support scholarship, research, education and training, and service/outreach activities. 

Grants and External Funding

Providing Opportunity

At Le Moyne College, we have seen firsthand the impact research, scholarship and creative pursuits have had on faculty, staff, students, and the College. They enhance the educational experience of all, provide an important stimulus to the economy, and teach students to become engaged and thoughtful citizens of the global community. It is clear that these must be among the foremost concerns of any educational institution. LEARN MORE >