The Wittenberg Fund
The Wittenberg Fund provides financial support for virtually every purpose and function of the Wittenberg learning community. Contributions provide sustaining support for academic, scholarship, cultural and athletic programs; faculty retention and recruitment; campus renewal and beautification; and other department programs and initiatives.
In 1848, just three years into Wittenberg’s existence, President Keller did not have the funds needed to complete Myers Hall’s West Wing. Several students passionate about the University’s ideals started donating money so that Wittenberg’s first building could be completed and the University could remain open.
Giving a charitable gift is an expression of your compassion for others. This expression is a core value of a Wittenberg education. YOU can pass the light of learning onto others. Continue the Wittenberg tradition of giving back!
Give of Yourself
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