Meet Our Donors
Alumna Makes a Big Impact With a Charitable Gift Annuity
You can make a lasting impact on St. Joseph’s while also generating dependable income for life. How? By establishing a life income gift with a CGA. See how it worked for Muriel Pless ’41.
Inspiring Students to Follow Their Dreams
Throughout her 38-year career in St. Joseph's Brooklyn's Office of Admissions, Rosemary Chapman loved helping students. Because she established a scholarship before her passing in 2006, that passion will live on and support St. Joseph's students for generations to come.
Making an Impact Today and Tomorrow
Doris Bierhanzl turned to St. Joseph's University to help her move up the ladder in her career. Now, she helping other non-traditional students earn an SJC degree and hoping to inspire others to give as well.
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