by Kary Ellen Barger Supporting seminarians for years to come: A gift established into an endowment will make that possible for several seminarians. A family from the northern part of the archdiocese, who wished to remain anonymous, established the fund. Their parents, prior to their passing, asked their children to
Press Release The University of Dayton announced today the George and Amanda Hanley Foundation will make a $12.5 million gift to establish the University of Dayton as a national leader for innovation in sustainability education. It’s the largest single gift in university history.
By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph The moral character of students is hard to quantify. No metrics or standardized tests can tell how a school is performing in its goal to create students who love their neighbors as themselves — but anecdotal evidence helps. Month after month reports flood the
Press Release The Roger Bacon Student Philanthropy Program sponsored a dress down day and taped Mr. Paul Zlatic, Assistant Principal, to a pole in the cafeteria to raise over $360. The students are enrolled in Writing for Change, a class that teaches written and oral communication skills through partnerships with
By John Stegeman While Catholic students often have opportunities to do community service work or to go on a mission trip, those at Mount Notre Dame (MND) High School have a unique chance to serve in a different way — through the practice of philanthropy. For the past several years
Local Catholic philanthropist shares his faith journey By Patricia McGeever Self-made millionaire and philanthropist Roger Grein is a shining example of the power of love, determination, and faith. His life is also a lesson in how a cross can become a blessing. Over the years, Grein consistently and quietly used his money