Our thanks to Wilmington College's current Donors (as of July 1, 2013).  Thank you for your continued support. 

 

  • Carolyn Alexander
  • J. Wynn and Mary Alexander 
  •  Jane Allemang '58
  • A. William "Bill" '69 and Hwi Joo Allen
  • Rosanna Phillips Allen '45
  • Steven A. Allen
  • Monte and Diane Anderson
  • Dana Andrews
  • Anonymous
  • Edward and Danetta Armm
  • Saraya Arnold '13
  • Karl and Laura '76 Baessler
  • Paul and Pamela '96 Baessler
  • Donna Barton '01
  • Lisa Bauer
  • Parker and Susan Bebee
  • Fred and Michele Beery
  • Tammy Bell
  • Duane '63 and Pamela '64 Bennett
  • Nancy Bernard '67
  • Robert Bevan '47
  • Donna Bierer
  • Bill Marine Ford
  • Ed and Jan Blohm
  • Donald '63 and Paula Bohl
  • Kailyn Books '09
  • Maxine Borton
  • Elroy and Elaine Bourgraf
  • Hollie Bowser '88
  • Judith Briggs
  • Claire Broadnax '71
  • Buckley Brothers, Inc.
  • Buckley Miller and Wright
  • John '84 and Ann '82 Bullar
  • Timothy '83 and Sharon Buren
  • Douglas and Carol Burks
  • Rhonda Burton
  • George Bush
  • Wendell and Gladys Cade Memorial Trust
  • Bernard Caldwell '86
  • Timathia Callender
  • Campus Friends Meeting
  • Cardinal Health Foundation
  • Carolinas Construction Solutions
  • Beverly Carpenter
  • James '69 and Kay '69 Cermak
  • Dorothy Christensen '63
  • Charles Clay '76
  • Clinton County Commissioners
  • Lewis '51 and Charlotte '53 Cluxton
  • Carl Coatney
  • Isaac '03 and Corey Cockerill
  • College Cable Services
  • Concessions by Cox of Ohio, Inc.
  • Kerry and Holly Coombs
  • Lyon '53 and Ruth Norine '54 Cooper
  • Mark and Susanne Cowman
  • John Craven
  • Jean Crites '44
  • Curless Printing Company
  • Jeffrey '05 and Teresa Curry
  • D & E Equipment Company
  • Angela Davidson '10
  • Teresa M. Davis '87
  • Dennis Delaney
  • Travis and Amie '12 Denkenberger
  • Mark Denniston
  • Linda Didday '72
  • David and Lois Distel
  • Dow Jones & Company
  • Judy Doyle
  • Joyce Dozier
  • Beverly Drapalik
  • Dane and Rebecca Duncan
  • Linda Duran-O'Malley
  • Durrell Special Fund III Fund
  • Diane Durnin '78
  • EMSAR, Inc.
  • Edward Jones Investment
  • Effie's Place Bed & Breakfast
  • Seymour Eichel '49
  • W. Gene and Nancy Elliott
  • Edwyna Ellis Estate
  • Ronald and Susan Eyre
  • Fairview Friends Meeting
  • James '60 and Ruth Ann '61 Faris
  • Scott and Cathy Farkas
  • Farm Credit Services
  • Fash Cash & Swap Shop
  • Vincent Fisher '98
  • Fifth Third Bank, Greenfield
  • First National Bank of Blanchester
  • Cyrstal Fleming '04
  • Dan '56 and Marjorie '74 Foland
  • For a Song and a Story
  • Ford Development Corp.
  • Tammy Fraser
  • Frisch's
  • Jena Frommeyer '09
  • G & J Pepsi-Cola Bottlers
  • Galvin, Estate of Mary Ellen '32
  • Larry and Lenna Mae Gara
  • Karen Garman
  • Gap Incorporated
  • Charles and Melanie Geggie
  • John George '76
  • Robert and Betty Lou '60 Germann
  • Get Fit
  • Susan Gilliland '69
  • Robert and Kay Ginter
  • John Green '93
  • Lewis Gregory '49
  • Harriett Hadley Clark '62
  • Suzanne Haidet
  • Audrey Haines '46
  • Steven '73 and Becky '72 Haines
  • Hampton Inn & Suites
  • Robert C. Harrod
  • Alyss Hart '07
  • Robert '57 and Patricia Hart
  • Judy Harvey
  • Robert and Elizabeth '73 Haskins
  • Tim Hawk
  • Dale Hayes
  • Hemstreet, Estate of Jean '42
  • Tim Herman '89
  • Jeffrey and Barbara Hershey
  • Rita Hessley
  • Lois Hock
  • Hieronymus Family Fund, Inc.
  • Lee Hieronymus '69
  • James Hobart and Laura LeMonds Hobart
  • Wanda Hodge
  • James M. Hoffman
  • Estate of William F. Hoffman '47
  • Justin Holbrook '04
  • Ken Holliday '95
  • John '66 and Jennifer '67 Hollon
  • Home Again II
  • Eleanor Howard '64
  • Larry '86 and Lisa Dawn Howard
  • Gerald '84 and Elizabeth '86 Huber
  • Stephen and Melinda Hunter
  • Ruth Hussey '47
  • Impressions Created
  • Institue of International Education
  • Jen's Uptown Deli
  • Jennifer M. Jones '00
  • T. Canby Jones
  • Patti Karnes
  • Daniel Kasztelan
  • George Kegode '88
  • Iris Kelsen
  • Eric Kline '74
  • Janice Kohlmann
  • Chris Kraus
  • Kroger Company Foundation
  • Denise Shaffer Kuntz
  • Gloria LaPine '95
  • Maureen Larkin
  • Victor Laughlin Foundation
  • Leon and Margo Lewis
  • Bill Limbacher
  • G. Mitchel Lippert
  • Gary Louis
  • Kenneth '97 and Tara '96 Lydy
  • April Mays '11
  • Steven '97 and Christin McClain
  • Billy and Donna McClughen
  • Michael McCormick
  • Michael S. and Nancy E. '97 McCormick
  • Gary and Sandra McCoy
  • McDonalds
  • Symone McElroy '12
  • Katharine McMillan
  • Donald and Britta McNemar
  • Mediterranean Resturant
  • Melvin Stone Company
  • Merchants National Bank
  • Merck Company Foundation
  • Kathy Milam
  • James and Jo Miller
  • Terry C. Miller '70
  • Sidney '59 and Sharon Mishkin
  • Paul Moke '75 and Patti Kinsinger
  • Dan '00 and Peggy '01 Montgomery
  • Stephen and Rebecca '66 Morehouse
  • Raymond and Jean Mulhern
  • Charles and Christina '94 Murdock
  • Diane Murphy
  • National Bank & Trust Company
  • Thomas and Sandra Neville
  • New Sabina Industires
  • Niagras National, Inc.
  • Leslie Nichols
  • Michael '65 and Ann Noftsger
  • Norfolk Southern Foundation
  • Ellen Novar
  • Edward O'Brien '71
  • Patricia Oberschlake
  • Stephen Ohnsman '82
  • Barbara Olmsted
  • LeighAnn Oettinger
  • Orr Charitable Trust
  • Donna Osterbrock
  • Peelle Law Offices
  • Dorothy Peterson
  • Philip '72 and Evelyn '68 Petry
  • William '59 and Thelma Pierson
  • Kellye Pinkleton '94
  • Cathy Pitzer
  • Ruby Porter '48
  • Stephen Potthoff
  • Clifford and Elizabeth Ramage
  • Ronald and Theresa Rembert
  • James and Susan Reynolds
  • Alex Rhinehart '09
  • George and Betty Jean Rice
  • Crystal Riddick '08
  • Edwin '70 and Susan Ritts, Jr.
  • Jean Roberts '58
  • Larry and Terri '88 Roberts, II
  • Roby and Jennifer Roberts
  • Traci Roberts '12
  • Cahterine Roma
  • Robert '98 and Rebecca '00 Ross
  • Terry Rupert
  • Sabina Farmers Exchange
  • Sam's Meats & Deli
  • Charles Sanders '78
  • Randall Sarvis
  • James Schairbaum '64
  • David '63 and Anna Schlechty
  • Daniel '78 and Debra Schloemer
  • James Schultz '59
  • Brandt and Erin Schurenberg
  • Ted Shroyer '73
  • Sims Family Golf Center
  • Mike and Sharon Sims
  • Smith-Feike-Minton, Inc.
  • Daniel P. Smith '69
  • D. Neil and Ruth Snarr
  • Mary Jane Sorrell '54
  • Matthew Southworth '09
  • Linda Sparks
  • Steven Spirk '82
  • Springfield Friends Meeting
  • Caroline Stanley
  • Garth Stanley
  • State Farm Companies Foundation
  • Deborah Staubach
  • Patricia Jean Strazar '84
  • Steven '75 and Joni Streber
  • Stricklin, Estate of Nancy
  • Roy Joe '48 and Ruth '52 Stuckey
  • Willis and Peggy '82 Sturdivant
  • Fred Summers '60
  • Swindler and Sons, Inc.
  • Steven Szeghi
  • The Crave Candy & Nuts
  • Fritz B. Thomas, III
  • Total Quality Logistics
  • Donald and Carol '94 Troike
  • Union Stock Yards Co.
  • Universal Woods, Inc.
  • William Upholt and Mary Lee Morrison
  • US Dept. of Health and Human Services
  • Roger and M. B. Vance
  • Carl Michael '00 and Lisa '00 Vaught
  • James '04 and Ann Venable
  • Verona Vineyards
  • Mark '83 and Marsha Vogel
  • John Charles and Betty Vollenweider
  • Douglas '91 and Jennifer '97 Walker
  • Patricia Walters
  • Gary Lee Warman '74
  • Beatrice Warren '48
  • Clifton Eugene "Cliff" Washington '77
  • Lorie Watts
  • George and Anne Weaver, Jr.
  • Maxwell C. Weaver Foundation
  • Starr Duffy Wheeler '58
  • Michael W. Whiteside
  • Fred '66 and Linda '66 Wiggers
  • Marta Wilkinson
  • Abigail L. Williams '91
  • Charlotte Williams
  • Janet Williams
  • Wilmington A.M. Rotary Club
  • Wilmington Hospitality Group, Inc.
  • Wilmington Rotary Club
  • Wilmington Yearly Meeting
  • Jeanette Wilson '69
  • David and Shari Wood
  • Alyce Woodall '65
  • David and Christie Woolever
  • David Yockey '63
  • Kristin Zeller

 

The Wilmington Fund

The Wilmington Fund for Affordable Excellence is a program that seeks unrestricted gifts from alumni, friends, parents, and corporations to help support the continuous needs of the College.

How will my annual fund gift be used?

Your contributions make a meaningful difference by providing immediate benefits for all of our students. Some of the programs that are supported by the Wilmington Fund for Affordable Excellence are scholarships, the teaching and learning initiatives, student life funds, and faculty/staff growth and enhancement funds.

There are numerous ways to give to Wilmington College. When you are contacted by phone or mail, you may give by check, Visa, Mastercard or transfer of stock. Other ways to give to WC may include monthly credit card charges, mutual funds, and planned giving. Remember that any type of contribution to the College makes a significant difference to current and future students.

The following is a list of programs that are supported by annual gifts:

  • Scholarships, loans, and grants
  • Watson Library
  • Co-curricular student learning opportunities
  • Equipment for classrooms and laboratories
  • Special seminars
  • Cultural enrichment and fine arts
  • Faculty development
  • Faculty teaching enrichment


Annual Giving

  • 1870 Circle
    $10,000+
  • Founders' Society
    $5,000-$9,999
  • Wilmington Society
    $2,500-$4,999
  • President's Club
    $1,000-$2,499
  • College Club
    $500-$999
  • Green & White Club
    $100-$499 annually

     

    Cumulative Giving

  • 1870 Circle
    $1,000,000+
  • President's Circle
    $500,000-$999,999
  • Wilmington Circle
    $100,000-$499,999
  • Green & White Circle
    $25,000-$99,999



Corporate Gift Clubs

  • Wilmington Investor Level
    $10,000 annually
  • Wilmington Partner Level
    $5,000-$9,999 annually
  • Wilmington Colleague Level
    $1,000-$4,999 annually

Will I be recognized for my gift?
Yes! All contributors to the Wilmington Fund for Affordable Excellence are listed in the Annual Report.

Can my gift do any more for Wilmington College?
Actually, many employers sponsor matching gift programs that could double or triple your gift to Wilmington College. Simply request a form from your personnel or human resources office, and send it to us with your personal gift.

Why is my gift so important?
Your gift supports Wilmington College students by bridging the ever-increasing difference between the actual cost of education and the amount received by tuition and other fees. With your help, today's students will acquire the academic training for which WC has been recognized for decades - one that blends a solid background in liberal arts with comprehensive career preparation.

For more information, contact the Wilmington College Development Office by calling
1-800-341-9318 ext. 273