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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A box full of bottle caps for Caps of Love
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Stephanie Brown, staff member
Comfort Bag 2018
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Charlotte Jerdak, staff member
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Dan Green - Lemoyne Council - Elected 2015
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