GivingTuesday: December 1, 2020

GivingTuesday was created in 2012 as a simple idea: a day that encourages people to do good. Over the past nine years, this idea has grown into a global movement, and this year, Allegheny is a part of it.

667 Gifts Total
700 Gifts Goal

Total Amount Raised


Updated 3 hours ago

Match Opportunity

UPDATE: Already, more than 500 donors have made contributions for GivingTuesday, securing $100,000 in matches from the Board of Trustees. The Board has been so excited to see this response that they have pledged an additional $20,000 to support the Gator Success Grant program if 200 additional gifts are given  That would mean support for 25 more students! Please help make that happen!

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Ways to Participate

Give Online

Make a Gift Online

Give via PayPal

Gifts made via PayPal will be designated to support Allegheny’s greatest needs. Please be sure to share your mailing address with Allegheny College so we are able to acknowledge your gift.

Give by Mail

Send a check made out to Allegheny College with “GivingTuesday” in the memo line to:

Allegheny College Annual Fund
520 N. Main Street
Meadville, PA 16335

Your Gift….Your Impact

The Gator Success Grant Program

A new initiative designed provide students with support ranging from a few hundred dollars to a few thousand dollars to address different aspects of unanticipated financial needs including

  • Academic needs
  • Support for Gateway Opportunity
  • Wellness Needs
  • Emergency transportation
  • Degree Completion

This means additional funding for:


Replacement of student laptop

Professional clothes for interview

Emergency travel home

Unexpected medical expense

New eyeglasses

Winter boots

Internship expenses

Medical school application fees


And more! All thanks to you!

Your Gift Today Supports Students Like…

Alex Abadi ’21

  • Economics major
  • Computer Science minor
  • Music director, WARC radio station
  • Library InfoDesk Student Assistant
“Thank you so much for believing in me and my dreams”