Neumann University Celebrates 57th Anniversary With Fundraising Goal

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March is a special month for Neumann University as it celebrates its 57th anniversary.

In March 1965, the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia signed the charter to establish Neumann.

This year, the university commemorates the 57th anniversary of that signing with a week of festivities and events.

Part of the celebration includes a unique fundraising goal of raising $57,000 by March 10 through the annual Day of Giving.

 The university sponsors a Day of Giving each year, providing an opportunity to support Neumann’s Franciscan mission and invest in its students.

Funds raised cover student scholarships, technology upgrades, new facilities and more.

For 57 years Neumann has grown to meet the needs of its students. With every passing milestone, the community has stood firm to prepare students to be compassionate and ethical leaders guided by Franciscan values.

The financial support from individuals and the community allows the university to provide resources to help students succeed.

At Neumann, up to 99 percent of students receive some form of financial aid.

Every gift you give matters because every student matters.

Find out more about donating to Neumann University and about its annual Day of Giving.

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