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Faculty & Staff Giving


Jennifer Gallas

Associate Director of Alumni Engagement, Annual Giving

2 East South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401-4999



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We are Knox.

We are a community made up of faculty and staff who make a difference in the lives of Knox students every day. We are proud of the work we do to educate, mentor, stimulate, nourish, protect, and provide for our students.

Why give to Knox?

We all give of our time and talent, but we can also support Knox with our treasure. Whether your gift is designated to go to the Knox Fund, scholarships and financial aid, faculty and academic programs, library resources, computing, and technology, or student activities and athletics—it all goes to make the best possible experience for our students!

How do I give?

Gifts to the Knox Fund will continue our mission of quality education for all deserving students. One of the easiest ways to give is through payroll deduction. On the pledge card in the link below is a chart showing what various deductions will amount to over a year. Once you have filled out the pledge card, send it to Jennifer Gallas in the Office of Alumni Relations, Box K-150. 

Faculty and Staff Gift Card and Payroll Deduction Chart (PDF)

You can also give online now.

Who benefits from my gift?

THE STUDENTS! Tuition doesn't cover it all. Private gifts and grants are the second highest source of income for the College. Your gift will provide immediate support for our students.

How much do I need to give?

Every dollar makes a difference. Whatever you can give is meaningful and can have a great impact when it is joined with contributions from the entire Knox community.

Many thanks to all our faculty and staff donors!

See a listing of last year's donors.

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Printed on Thursday, September 19, 2019