A Community of Giving
Welcome to our 2017 report on giving. Be it time, talent, or treasure, the unstinting generosity of volunteers and donors alike make Mount Allison the distinctive community it is.
In this report you will find stories of mentors and class volunteers; of former faculty like the late Ernest Crake, whose foundation is now among Mount Allison’s largest donors; and alumni who open doors for Mount A and who guide boards and committees.
You will also find stories of the impact their contributions have on Mount Allison students.
Mount Allison’s community of giving makes possible our beautiful campus; financial assistance for students who would not otherwise have been able to acquire a university education; and opportunities for students to extend their learning in the classroom and beyond.
There is no aspect of the student experience that Mount Allison donors, friends, and volunteers have not touched.
This generosity is part of a powerful collective legacy that extends back more than 175 years to the very founding of the University and into Mount Allison’s future, for generations to come.
Giving back is part of who we are at Mount Allison — an attribute for which we are deeply appreciative.
Gloria D. Jollymore (’77)
Vice-President, University Advancement
Mount Allison University
Learn how Mount Allison's Meighen Centre is benefitting from a fund raising campaign to support priorities such as mental health education and awareness, support and accommodation, crisis response, and community partnerships and outreach.
The $1-million Annual Giving campaign enjoys support from alumni, friends, and foundations. Find out more about the professor behind the J.E.A. Crake Foundation; a class project that benefits new Canadians; and why one alumna chooses to give back.
Discover what lead two alumni to include a bequest for Mount Allison in their wills and read the story of an alumni whose $1-million estate gift is providing science students with scholarships to support their education.
Alumni give hundreds of hours of their time each year. Learn more about the Alumni Career Mentorship Program and meet two long-time volunteers who are making a difference in the Mount Allison community.
10-year summary of giving