Philanthropy has a long and distinguished history in Pittsburgh:
From the 19th-century onwards, those who live and work here have
given generously to sustain causes and institutions that enhance
our quality of life. Andrew Carnegie, whose name is found on the
local museums and libraries he created, set a high standard for
future philanthropy. Giving to and at Carlow University is no
different. Steeped in the rich history and mission of the Sisters
of Mercy, responding to unmet needs has become a hallmark of the
University, one which is impressed upon our students throughout
their time here. As alumni they are asked to pay forward the
opportunities and support they received, so that future generations
of Carlow students can do good and do well.
Every year, hundreds of Carlow University alumni, parents, and
friends respond to this call and express their support for the
University through philanthropic gifts to the Carlow Fund. The
Carlow Fund is an annual campaign that runs from July 1-June 30
every year and accepts gifts of any size - you can make a
difference whether you have $10 or $10,000 to give!
This is because giving to the Carlow Fund harnesses the collective
power of community and enables the University to close the gap
between opportunity and reality for many students; to find
solutions, inspire change makers, and share knowledge; and to
ensure that Carlow University, and its graduates, are positioned
for success, now and in the future.
Are you ready to make an immediate difference in the
life of a Carlow student?
Gifts to the Carlow Fund are a perfect way to honor the memory
and legacy of a beloved teacher, classmate, or family member. Gifts
given in honor of reunion milestones can be designated to the
Carlow Fund, and can even be given specifically to a scholarship
account to help those students most in need.
You can even choose to make a gift monthly or quarterly using
our secure and easy online giving form. Just click here - and thank you for helping to sustain success at Carlow!
Carlow University Advancement
3333 Fifth Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15213
Director of The Carlow Fund