Many of the College’s most generous donors were on hand. Over 80 Lampen Award Honorees, many of whom were in attendance, were recognized for having donated $1000 or more in the 2012-2013 fiscal year.
All in attendance were treated to catered hor d’oeurves from Log House Restaurant in Argos and entertained by Plymouth High School’s Crimson Connection. Ancilla students Amanda Amstutz and Joe McCrammer both gave testimonials about their time and experiences at Ancilla so far. Finally, a special check presentation was made to the College by the Ancilla Alumni Association.
“It is always a pleasure to host this annual event to recognize individuals and organizations that financially support Ancilla College with gifts of $250 or more during our July 1-June 30 fiscal year. We could not do what we do here at Ancilla to serve our students without the generous and ongoing support of our donors,” said Todd Zeltwanger, Executive Director of Institutional Advancement at Ancilla College. “Each and every gift to Ancilla College is important. Our donors are literally helping to change lives-one student at a time. I would invite others to please join us in helping to further our mission.”
If you would like to make a secure, online gift by credit card to Ancilla College, please go to www.ancilla.edu/giving-to-ancilla. If you have questions or would like to find out more about the areas of greatest need, please contact Todd Zeltwanger at (574) 936-8898, x 345 or email@example.com. Gifts made by December 31st enable donors to receive an Indiana state tax credit on their 2013 state tax return of up to $200 by completing Schedule CC-40.
Ancilla College (www.ancilla.edu) is a Catholic, liberal arts, Associate’s Degree college in Donaldson, Indiana, sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ.