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Donor Recognition

Our donors are at the heart of everything we do.

Keystone College gratefully acknowledges our donors at all levels of giving. Of course, the best reward for your contribution is the knowledge that you have made a difference in the lives of our students. Thank you for including Keystone College in your generosity.

Be recognized for your:

  • Lifetime Giving
  • Consecutive Giving
  • Planned Giving
  • Yearly Giving

Donor Report

The Donor Report is our way of publicly recognizing and showing our heartfelt thanks. Thank you for including Keystone College in your generosity.

Questions about giving?

Contact the Office of Institutional Advancement

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1868 Society

1868 Society

Lifetime Giving Over $100,000

Harris Society

John H. Harris Society

Consecutive giving for 10 years or more.

Evergreen Society

Evergreen Society

In recognition of generous planned giving.

Our greatest responsibility is also our greatest opportunity—to empower the minds of tomorrow.

Ned and Regina Boehm

Ned and Regina Boehm

One step at a time through payroll deduction.

As with any journey, it begins with the first step. President Emeritus Edward G., Jr., and Regina Boehm envisioned commemorating their time at Keystone College with an endowed scholarship in their name. They set a goal, expressed their intent to reach that goal through monthly payroll deductions, and ultimately took the first step toward creating a tangible symbol of their fondness for Keystone College. One payroll deduction at a time, the Edward G. and Regina E. Boehm Scholarship is now a reality, providing much-needed financial assistance to our students

Mary Lu (Fries) ’59 and Bob ’57 Kagler

Mary Lu (Fries) ’59 and Bob ’57 Kagler

Our support is driven by our gratitude.

Mary Lu (Fries) ’59 and Bob ’57 Kagler embarked on a journey together.  They built a marriage, raised their family and pursued careers.  Then they looked back and asked, “Who are the people and what are the institutions that made a difference for us?”

One answer was Keystone College, and in 1996, Mary Lu and Bob included Keystone in their estate plan. They were pleased with their Evergreen Society experience, and in 1999, established an endowed scholarship. In their words, “We have been grateful for the journey and the role played by Keystone.”

Ric ’96 and Kathy ’96 Krebs

Ric ’96 and Kathy ’96 Krebs

Our Support to Keystone is Expanded by a Matching Gift

Ric and Kathy Krebs realized the value of higher education and worked together to earn their Keystone College degrees, just as they worked together to raise their family and build their careers. Grateful for the education they received at Keystone, Ric and Kathy donate their time by attending and hosting various College events, serving as alumni mentors and admissions representatives, as well as Ric’s service as a College trustee and Alumni Association board member. They are also longtime donors, expanding their generosity as many of the College’s contributors do by taking advantage of their employer’s matching gift programs. In Ric’s case, Verizon matches employees’ philanthropic gifts, thereby encouraging charitable giving among its employees. With a matching gift, the impact of your gift may be doubled or tripled.

"Keep trying and you will succeed." 

Beatrice Donis

Established the Jack Donis '37 Leadership Award.