We Appreciate the Generosity of Our Donors
Thank you to all of the donors who have supported UMGC throughout the years. Your generosity and unending support has not only granted UMGC students access to their education dreams, but has transformed education for thousands of working professionals, parents, and military service members.
Caregivers of disabled members of the U.S. Armed Forces are used to helping others, but a $100,000 grant from The Kahlert Foundation will put them on the receiving end of generous support.
As a single mother, it’s no easy feat to attend college. Thankfully, UMGC student Latoya Paris received scholarships to help her along the way so she can prepare for the future of her dreams.
Each year, UMGC students around the world benefit from scholarships funded by generous donors. For Courtney Thomas ‘22, a scholarship was a gift that helped her prepare for the future of her dreams.
Learn about the eight UMGC supporters were inducted into the Ehrensberger Legacy Society, a special group of the University’s long-term, philanthropic supporters who are contributing to the University through their estate plans including bequests, stocks, trusts, annuities and other assets.
In recognition of the commitment of wounded military servicemember caregivers, UMGC founded the Pillars of Strength Scholarship Program in 2013. Here’s what four recipients had to say about the impact their scholarship has had on their career and families.
In June, members of the UMGC community and UMGC President Dr. Gregory Fowler celebrated some of UMGC’s most generous supporters in a virtual event as they welcomed them into the Ehrensberger Legacy Society.
Five hundred dollars may not seem like a significant amount of money, but to the UMGC students struggling with expenses, it can be a lifesaver.
In her heart, Bonnie Broh-Kahn ‘77 believes that kindness shines through the most during trying times. She and her husband, Jere, are exemplifying this spirit during the current challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic through their recent donation of $1 million bequest to University of Maryland Global Campus (UMGC).
Learn how UMGC celebrated some of the university's most generous benefactors by welcoming them into The Ehrensberger Legacy Society in June.
Blakely R. Pomietto looked back over the influences of her life and made a decision: She would donate $50,000 to the Pillars of Strength Scholarship fund with the hope that it would be matched to double the amount.
Learn how Planned Giving donor Mary Anne Hakes '90 used her own generosity and experience to help make a UMGC education available to many more deserving students.
David Welch '09 donated $25,000 in scholarship money to the Pillars of Strength Foundation to help volunteer caregivers of wounded American servicemembers get a UMGC education.
Gen. John W. Vessey Jr. (U.S. Army Ret.) '63— the first chair of the University's Board of Visitors and the 10th chair of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff—passed away. Read about his life and legacy.