Providence is proud to announce that Impact 2020: The Campaign for Providence, the largest capital campaign in Providence’s history, has now received over $14 Million dollars in cash and pledges thanks to the partnership of over 1500 generous partners!
Impact 2020 was launched in 2015 with the aspirational goal of receiving a total of $12.5M to the campaign’s five priorities: The Providence Fund, Campus Enhancements, Program Developments, Endowed Scholarships, and Staff and Faculty Development. Having reached that goal in November 2018, two years earlier than anticipated, President David Johnson increased the goal to $14.5M. As of May 2020, we have received a total of $14,043,083 in cash and pledges.
Providence students have been deeply impacted by the generosity of the Providence community through the Impact 2020 campaign. Most recently, we saw the opening of Muriel Taylor Hall, Providence’s new state-of-the-art residence hall which provides fabulous spaces where students can learn and grow on our campus. Impact 2020 has also made program developments and upgrades to Providence facilities and internet capacity possible, as well as increased opportunities for students to receive scholarships and bursaries, and more.
We could not have completed these things without the wisdom, prayer, and sacrificial giving of our supporters! THANK YOU for coming alongside us as we seek to infuse learning with Christian faith in order to form and equip students for a wide variety of vocations and to participate in God’s creative and redemptive work in the world.
I am thankful for the commitment of our community to Providence through prayer and financial support. God is at work in this school and through Impact 2020.
We are just over $450,000 away from reaching out target of $14.5M. The goal is in sight! Would you consider making a financial gift to help us get there? All gifts, no matter their amount, help us to move toward the goal and directly impact Providence students.
To learn more about how you can make a difference in the lives of students and how to help us finish Impact 2020, click here.