Your dedication to academic excellence, leadership, and service will soon be celebrated by the entire Morehouse Community on Commencement Day. As you walk on stage to receive your degrees on May 21, 2023, honor Mother Morehouse by wearing a Philanthropy Cord— a prestigious symbol that shows you are committed to paying it forward to support student scholarships. You can earn your Philanthropy Cord by making a donation of $20.23 to the Senior Gift Campaign.
What is the Senior Class Gift Campaign?
The Senior Class Gift Campaign is an opportunity for the Class of 2023 to leave its mark on Dear Mother Morehouse. The Class of 2023 is only the second class in the history of Morehouse College invited to earn a Philanthropy Cord. The goal of the Senior Gift Campaign is to engage as many seniors as possible in the spirit of giving. Seniors who donate $20.23 or more will receive an exclusive Philanthropy Cord adorned in maroon and white to wear with pride at commencement. Our goal is to achieve 100% participation from the Class of 2023. All gifts, no matter the amount will be counted and support the education of your current and future Morehouse brothers.
Support What Matters Most to you
While we encourage you to make your gift to Funds for Morehouse which supports the areas of greatest need on campus from student scholarships to campus updates, you can also support what is most important to you — the college, department, club, organization, or program that has made a difference in your undergraduate experience. What better way to commemorate your graduation than to give to the college that's given so much to you?
Make your Senior Class gift today!
The Senior Class Gift Philanthropy Cords will be available for pick-up on Thursday, May 17, 2023, in the President’s Conference Room located at Gloster 305 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. If you have additional questions regarding the Senior Class Gift Campaign, please contact Armani Hansell, Assistant Director of Annual Giving, Student and Parent Engagement, at firstname.lastname@example.org.