The giving guide

What kind of Lynn philanthropist are you?

Hand giving gift

Annual giver

Is this you? You’re a friend, fan, family, first-timer, Fighting Knights alumnus or a little forgetful (love that automatic payment!).

You give: $10–unlimited

Students gain: scholarships, lab equipment, computer upgrades

You gain: the joy of changing a student’s future

Possibilities: scholarships, academic programs, Blue & White Club, Theatre Arts Guild, Friends of the Conservatory

Planned giver

Is this you? You’re the planner or the property owner.

You give: unlimited

Students gain: permanently endowed scholarships, departments, programs or services

You gain: a legacy that lives in perpetuity at Lynn, valuable tax advantages, Legacy Society membership

Possibilities: bequests through your will, trust, annuity, IRA, 401(K) plan, or life insurance plan; charitable gift annuities; charitable lead trusts

Endowed giver

You give: $50,000 or more

Students gain: scholarships, faculty positions, the conservatory

You gain: a forever gift that honors someone you love

Possibilities:

  • $3 million—endowed deanship
  • $1.5 million—endowed faculty position
  • $50,000—endowed, named scholarship

Capital projects donor

Is this you? You’re an optimist (or architecture buff) who prefers philanthropy of the glass-and-steel variety.

You give: unlimited

Students gain: a state-of-the-art campus

You gain: the thrill of walking proudly through the front door when construction is completed

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ASSAF Courtyard
ASSAF courtyard during Spring Break 2019.
Charlotte Jerdak, student
Ross College of Education students
Ross College of Education students enjoy having class in the amphitheater outside the new Christine E. Lynn Center.
Jennifer Lesh, faculty member
Lynn Hockey team
Lynn's ice hockey team captured the East Florida Collegiate Hockey Conference title, beating Flagler in the finals 5-0.
Theodore Curtis, faculty member
Watson Institute master course with guest facilitator, Ronald Porter.
Weekly Watson Institute master course with guest facilitator, Ronald Porter.
Ja'dan Johnson, student
Prospective student with family posing in front of Fighting Knights cutouts.
Prospective student and family enjoying their tour of Lynn University.
Saylor Rogers, student
Christine E. Lynn University Center
Welcome to the Christine E. Lynn University Center.
Charlotte Jerdak, staff member

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