Page 19 - marist mag_spring 10noalumnotes

SEO Version

ar ist seniors from the Class of 2010
continue the tradition of supporting the
Marist Fund through the Senior Class
Gift, knowing their gifts support future Marist students
just as alumni supported them.
If all Marist graduates from the past decade made
a gift of $10, the Marist Fund would raise more than
$100,000 and add 10,000 more donors—tripling our
alumni participation rate.
You’re never too young
to start giving back…
Dawn Marie Jan ’10
Marist Fund Gift:
Belleville, N.J.
Public Relations
Captain of the Volleyball
Team, Treasurer of Communication Honor
Why I am giving to the Senior Class
Marist has provided me the best four
years of my life. Through the experiences
and opportunities that I have had at
Marist, I have grown in countless ways.
The decision to support the Senior Class
Gift Campaign was an easy one!
Samantha Kelly ’10
Marist Fund Gift:
Oceanside, N.Y.
Psychology/Special Education
President of Cheerleading;
Member of Alpha Sigma Tau Sorority,
Education Honor Society, Psychology Honor
Society, Dance Club
Why I am giving to the Senior Class
The memories I have made at Marist
would not have been possible without the
fnancial backing necessary to run such an
amazing institution. I want future students
to have the same Marist experience I had,
which is why I support the Senior Class Gift.
Massaroni ’10
Marist Fund Gift:
White Plains, N.Y.
Sports Communication
Head Manager of the
Women’s Basketball Team, Vice President
of the Student Booster Club, Student
Ambassador, Commissioner of
Intramural Basketball
Why I am giving to the Senior Class
We’ve spent four years at Marist.
It has become a second home to so many,
and being able to give back to the school
is a simple way to say thanks.
Loic Mathieu
Sessagesimi ’10
Marist Fund Gift:
Blonay, Switzerland
International Business
Captain of the Men’s Tennis
Team, French Tutor
Why I am giving to the Senior Class
The experiences I’ve had at Marist
have helped me to grow as an athlete and
as a student, but above all as a person.
Giving back to Marist through the Marist
Fund is my way of saying thank you for
the opportunities.
Go to
to make your gift today. Gifts by check—made out to Marist College—may be mailed to:
The Marist Fund, Marist College, 3399 North Rd., Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
Contact the Marist Fund Team at (845) 575-3863 or for further assistance.
Students Benefit
: The Mar ist Fund supports
scholarship assistance, academic programs, technology
upgrades, internships, and much more.
Marist Benefts:
The Marist Fund is unrestricted,
which allows the College to put your money to work in
the areas of greatest need.
Alumni Beneft:
Donor participation impacts
News & World Report
“best college” rankings. So by
making a gift, you’re actually adding value to your degree.