A $4.5 million gift from Allen R. Adler, a member of Princeton’s Class of 1967, and his wife, Frances Beatty Adler, will endow a curatorship, lectureship, and a programs and exhibition fund at the Princeton University Art Museum.
The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded Princeton a $3.3 million challenge grant to support the University’s creation of the Fellows in the Creative and Performing Arts program, which will bring innovative early- to mid-career artists to campus.
When Aspire ended on June 30, trusts, annuities, and bequests had helped support its key priorities.
NIKE, Inc. (NYSE:NKE) and Princeton University are pleased to announce the establishment of The Ralph DeNunzio ’53 and Nike Endowment Fund for Princeton Athletics.
A $5 million gift from Nancy A. Nasher and David J. Haemisegger of Dallas, both members of Princeton University's Class of 1976, will endow the directorship of the Princeton University Art Museum.
The five-year Aspire campaign, which ended on June 30, exceeded its $1.75 billion goal by raising $1.88 billion -- substantially more than any campaign in Princeton's history.
Princeton University’s 2011-12 Annual Giving campaign raised $57,246,302 -- the highest total in Annual Giving history -- with 60.8 percent of undergraduate alumni participating.
A $10 million gift from Princeton alumnus and trustee William Fung of Hong Kong will substantially increase the University's engagement with scholars around the world and inspire ideas that transcend borders.
Planned gifts to Princeton can provide you or your family with lifetime payments, offer tax benefits, and help you achieve your financial goals. Gifts made before June 30—like those created by Dr. Jerome W. Canter ’52 and James C. Gerber ’82—also will count toward the Aspire fundraising campaign.