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Young Alumni Giving


Laura Swanson

Associate Director of Student and Young Alumni Engagement

2 East South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401



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Knox Young Alumni continue to respond once again to aid current Knox students and our Knox faculty. Last year, Young Alumni classes raised more than $85,000 for Knox College.

We especially appreciate the contributions of our youngest classes. We know it's tough for you to get started in your post-Knox life and still find a way to support Knox. 

Your gifts make things like student research, study abroad and off-campus programs, and tutoring on campus happen, just to name a few. All of your gifts, no matter what size, enhance the Knox experience. Just $16 can provide a book of plays for a theater student, while $50 can support a class scholarship. Every gift is important to our students.

Look at the chart below to see how your class helped Knox in the past fiscal year. Many thanks to all who were able to support our students! It was a phenomenal year.

If you would like to give for this year, please make a gift online or contact our office at 1-888-566-9265 to make a gift over the phone. Join our Knox Young Alumni Facebook page to talk with other young alumni and find out what is currently happening at Knox.

If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Gallas at or at 309-341-7957.

2016-2017 Campaign Results

Total Donors:  435 Total Participation: 13.7% Total Dollars: $36,699

Giving totals by class, as of 4/6/17:

Class Year % Participation Dollars # of Donors
2016 16.4% $1,740 49
2015 10.8% $1,393 31
2014 12.7% $1,866 45
2013 9.1% $1,633 31
2012 10.4% $4,109 37
2011 12.9% $4,125 40
2010 15.0% $3,256 53
2009 17.8% $5,541 56
2008 .15.1% $8,241 47
2007 17.0% $4,795 46

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