The world needs more Anselmians. As a donor to Saint Anselm College, you support a living learning community dedicated to educating Anselmians who graduate ready to improve our world.
Each donor and every gift are invaluable to our students and our mission. To help you maximize your impact on the area of the college most important to you, Saint Anselm offers special programs for certain donor groups. If you are a member of one of these donor groups, we have programs that may be a perfect fit for your giving preferences.
- a business leader - Corporate Partners
- a member of Saint Anselm's faculty or staff - Faculty and Staff Giving
- a parent of a Saint Anselm student - Parents Program
- a member of the senior class - Senior Class Gift
1. Corporate Partners
The Corporate Partners Program provides scholarship funding for the most talented Saint Anselm College students with financial need. As a corporate partner, you can choose a level of support that is right for you and your business. Options include:
- a named annual scholarship (investment of $5,000)
- a contribution to the Corporate Partner Scholarship Fund (gifts between $1,000 and $5,000 are combined to fund scholarships)
By joining the Corporate Partners Program, you and your business can support the education of our best and brightest students. You will help make the dream of a college education a reality for deserving students. You will also have priority access to recruit students you want to hire, and you will have opportunities to network with other industry leaders.
Your Impact: In Our Students' Own Words
"Here, you are encouraged to find the best version of yourself that you can possibly be. I hope to go to law school after receiving my bachelor’s here at Saint A’s. I appreciate every penny donated, and I strive to do my best every day in the hopes that one day I can do the same thing for some other student."
—David L. Crichton ’18
"For a long time, I have known that a career in business was for me. I hope to become a business owner, manager, or financial planner. Having financial aid has helped me to attend the school of my choice and I am very thankful for that."
—Felicia D. Bailey ’19
Are you and your business interested in providing scholarships to talented and hard-working Saint Anselm students? You can choose a gift at the right level for you. Every contribution is integral in helping a bright student attain a quality education.
With a gift of $5,000 or more, you can name an annual scholarship that will be awarded to a deserving student.
With a gift of $1,000 to $4,999, you can contribute to the Corporate Partners Scholarship, a pooled fund through which multiple students receive scholarship aid.
For additional information about giving, please contact Sharon Sweet at (603) 641-7552 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Harvard Pilgrim is proud to be a part of the Corporate Partners Program. The young men and women we, and other area businesses, support understand the value of this unique opportunity.
I love watching the students grow, mature and, upon graduation, enter into the workforce prepared for life's challenges—a true testament to the outstanding education they have received and the power of this program.
Harvard Pilgrim is grateful to have the chance to invest in these students' futures."
Senior Vice President, Regional Markets
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
As a member of the Corporate Partners Program, you can take advantage of networking opportunities, access to students, and the opportunity of investing in the future of your community.
The Corporate Partners Breakfast Series is a highlight of the networking opportunities available to Saint Anselm's corporate partners. Along with other New Hampshire and Massachusetts executives committed to supporting education, corporate partners are invited to the twice-annual Corporate Partners Breakfast Series, a wonderful opportunity for business leaders to network, share ideas, and attend events with industry leaders and innovators as speakers, to help you stay informed.
Corporate partners have exclusive opportunities for on-campus recruiting. Through internship programs and part-time work, many executives have been able to connect with hard-working young people who are a great match for their companies.
Corporate partners are investing in the future of New Hampshire and Massachusetts. By sponsoring scholarships for intelligent and motivated local students, those involved help ensure that talented young men and women stay connected to this area. This participation is a long-term, dynamic, and productive relationship that benefits students, companies, and the college.
Corporate Partners Scholarships
Corporate Partners Scholarships
Named Annual Scholarships
All Metals Industries
Avis Rent A Car
Bellwether Community Credit Union
Jeff '69 and Irene Burke
Catholic Medical Center
Central Paper Products
CGI Business Solutions
E&R Laundry and Dry Cleaners
Elliot Health System
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care of New England
Michael D. Martin '94/MDM Ventures
Red River Computer Company
Rise Private Wealth Management
RiverStone Resources, LLC
Seaboard International Forest Products, LLC
Spectrum Marketing Company
Richard D. Tucker, J.D., '79
Contributors to the Corporate Partners Annual Scholarship Fund
Baker Newman Noyes
Bedford Ambulatory Surgical Center
Eckman Construction Company
Hilton Garden Inn Manchester
Robert H. Larose '66
Orr & Reno, P.A.
RBC Capital Markets
Roedel Partners of Manchester, LLC
Stonebridge Country Club
2. Faculty and Staff Support
As a member of our faculty and staff, you are essential to the success of Saint Anselm College. Every day in our campus community, you give generously of your time and spirit. You support our students in achieving their goals.
Now, will you make an additional impact by adding "donor" to your title? This is another way to demonstrate your commitment to our mission and our students. You can make a difference for these promising young people, with your gift of any size.
- Ways to Give
Reasons to Give
- Every gift counts—no matter the size.
- Your gift instills confidence and inspires other donors.
- Faculty/staff giving affects grant-making decisions. Our gifts show external stakeholders that we invest in ourselves.
You can support the college's mission by contributing to an area that matters to you.
3. The Saint Anselm College Parents Program
Help Our Students Succeed!
When your child enters Saint Anselm College, you become a part of our Anselmian community. When you see how much your child loves Saint Anselm, you want to get involved - to support your child and help other young people have the same great experience.
The Saint Anselm College Parents Program welcomes current and past parents and family members. As ambassadors for the college, parent volunteers demonstrate their commitment to the future of their children's alma mater. The Parents Program also facilitates opportunities for parents to become involved in the life of the college and to preserve and enhance the quality of the Saint Anselm experience for their children, their children's classmates and future students.
Parents play a vital role in admissions, supporting career services, engaging the wider community, and contributing to the long-term success of the college. Through the Anselmian Volunteer Network, you can deepen your involvement with Saint Anselm College.
- Volunteer as a parent liaison for the college by participating in events on campus and in your local community.
- Assist the Office of College Advancement by encouraging parent giving and thanking parent donors.
- Aid the Office of Admission by helping to recruit students, contacting parents or hosting regional receptions.
- Support the Office of Career Services by developing internship opportunities and advising students starting professional careers.
Take this opportunity to get involved today! Become an active Anselmian - register with the Anselmian Volunteer Network.
Parents Leadership Council
The Parents Leadership Council (PLC) is a group of parent volunteers who play a leadership role at Saint Anselm College.
PLC members support the education of their children and other Saint Anselm students, and they help advance the reach and reputation of the college. Members share a common interest in strengthening the college's mission to deliver a rigorous liberal arts education rooted in Catholic, Benedictine values.
Parents Leadership Council, 2017-2018
Attorney Anthony Stankiewicz P'19, PLC Chair
Mrs. Mary Rinehart-Stankiewicz P'19
Mr. Christopher and Dr. Priti Bloor P'19
Mrs. Andrea Brandeis P'18, P'20
Dr. Peter T. and Mrs. Ann Demos P'19
Mr. John '92 and Mrs. Julie Donohue P'21
Mr. Robert and Mrs. Colleen McCabe P'21
Dr. Rudy and Mrs. Karen Nydegger P'18
Drs. Daniel '84 and Mary O’Brien P'18
Mr. Jacques and Mrs. Chantal Plante P'21Mr. Charlie Wadington P'18
4. Senior Class Gift
It's hard to believe four years goes by so quickly! The Senior Class Gift is your opportunity to give back to the college that has given you so much.
By joining together with your class, you can make a difference in the lives of your peers and the next generations of Anselmians. The Senior Class Gift is your opportunity to support the activities, programs, and students that make Saint Anselm what it is today.
You can choose what area of the college to support—scholarship aid, Service and Solidarity trips, athletics, or countless other choices. Think about what area of Saint Anselm has impacted your experience the most! Making your Senior Class Gift will help your class leave its legacy at Saint Anselm College.
You can make your Senior Class Gift online today, or you can fill out the Senior Class Gift Form (PDF/18KB). Your completed form can be mailed to the Office of Advancement or dropped off in person, either at the Alumni Office on the second floor of Alumni Hall or at the Advancement Office in Collins House.