Why Give

Every DelVal donor has a different story, and a different motivation for giving. Some donors wish to give back to the University for the role it has played in their or their family’s lives. Some donors wish to “pay it forward” to the next generation of Aggies. Some donors wish to support the educational mission of DelVal, and our vision to be the leader in experiential education, empowering all learners to transform the world. 

No matter their story or motivation, all donors share a generous spirit and a dedication to advancing DelVal, and every gift makes an everlasting difference. 

What will your DelVal legacy be?

The Krauskopf 125th Anniversary Match

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April 1 through June 30, 2021

Joseph “Chip” Krauskopf, great–grandson of Rabbi Krauskopf and longtime trustee and current Vice-Chair of the board, will generously match, up to $25,000, in gifts made to scholarships as part of our anniversary celebration kickoff.  Gifts eligible for a match include: 

Gifts from a new donor* over $125 to an existing scholarship** or, to the newly established 125th Anniversary Scholarship, will be eligible for a dollar for dollar match. 

To make your gift now, please click here. Interested in learning more about how to start your own scholarship? Please email Rachel Mauer, director of annual giving, at rachel.mauer@delval.edu

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$20.21 to get involved.
125 Hours of Giving

Making a gift to The Advancing Future Aggies Student Emergency Aid Fund will help support students who encounter personal emergencies that could prevent them from continuing on the path toward graduation.

  • Make a difference to a DelVal student like you – click here to make your gift to The Advancing Future Aggies Student Emergency Aid Fund!
  • Seniors, donate some or all of your unused $150 Contingency Deposit, which you paid during your first semester at DelVal, by clicking here for the online designation form.
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Click here to make your gift to DelVal today!

 

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2019 Donor Impact Report