Italian Campus Giving: Cento & Duecento Endowed Funds
1. Italian Campus Gift Fund
Monies donated to this fund can be spent immediately to help students attend, buy necessary items for the library and the campus, and enrich programming in Rome. Click here to donate.
2. Duecento Endowed Fund
In honor of the 10th Birthday of the Italian Campus Program, consider joining The Duecento, an elite group of Italian Campus alumni from the program’s early years. These 200 generous contributors will help give the Italian Campus Program a permanent future by endowing a fund that will be invested. The annual income from this endowed fund will support future students and expenses. The beauty of an endowed fund, and being a part of making it happen, is that your gift grows over time and keeps on giving.
Join The Duecento, a group of 200 donors committing $200 each (payable at just $40 per year for ﬁve years). This will raise $40,000 for the Italian Campus endowment and help to ensure that students with ﬁnancial need will always have access to the Italian Campus experience.
Members of The Duecento will be permanently recognized at the Italian Campus in Rome and on the program’s Web site.
3. Cento Endowed Fund
In honor of the 10th Birthday of the Italian Campus Program, we seek to provide for the program’s future. Inspired by the custom in medieval Florence of 100 (“cento”) prominent citizens sharing and rotating power and advisory functions, consider becoming one of an elite 100 donors to provide for the future of the Italian Campus Program. One hundred (“cento”) alumni and friends, each donating $10,000, will endow a $1 million fund. The annual income from this endowed fund will support future students and expenses.
Join The Cento, a group of 100 elite donors committing $2000 a year for five years for a total gift of $10,000. Members of The Cento will be permanently recognized at the Italian Campus and on the program’s Web site.
Click here to learn how to join The Cento. (coming soon)