Why I Give
I care about JCU and the work that they do, both on campus and in the community. I'm excited by projects included in the JCU Experience Projects fund, especially those developed by students, such as the Carroll Ballers program. I'm excited to support a great cause!
Monica Orlando '05
John Carroll instilled values in me to give back and serve those when they are in need. What better mission could a university have? The world could use more Blue Streaks in it!
Alexis DiFranco '09
Willoughby Hills, OH
January 18, 2015, would have been our father's 100th birthday. He graduated from JCU in 1936 and wore his glass ring until he died. Instead of flowers on a grave, we chose to give to his alma mater.
- Given by his children, Al, Beth, and Sue
I am thankful for the education I received at JCU and appreciate the opportunities it has provided me throughout my career. I hope that my contribution can help provide scholarships for future generations looking to obtain the excellent education that I received for their own pursuits.
Andy Brahm '02
Highlands Ranch, CO
I love JCU, and I want current and future students to have the same or better experiences than I did.
Bill Cook '13
I like the fact that students are being encouraged to participate in service projects that benefit those who are less fortunate.
Elizabeth Trocki '76
Excellence in education, athletics, and life skills are essential today. We are grateful for what JCU has meant to us and to the students currently attending.
Tom Nicholas '85
I appreciate the wide range of opportunities given to my daughter, Marie Skoczylas, that launched her life-long passion for social justice as she finishes her Doctoral program studies at the University of Pittsburgh.
Harrison City, PA
Class of 64, also 3 brothers went to JCU, and our son Chris went to and works at JCU.
Martin Wenzler '64
I want others to be able to experience the wonderful aspects of John Carroll that I was fortunate enough to enjoy.
Daniel Blackburn '11