GW Loyal

 

 

Consistent annual support is a cornerstone of the George Washington University’s effort to make an impact on the world. Annual gifts, each and every year, sustain our students and faculty who strive for excellence each and every day.

Established in 2014, GW Loyal was created to honor our most committed donors, those who understand the importance of this consistent support to the university.

Alumni, families, faculty, staff, friends, and students who give any amount, to any area of the university, for two or more consecutive fiscal years (July 1-June 30) are recognized as members of GW Loyal. 

You Bet They're Loyal to GW

The Drive to Thrive

Gratitude, loyalty, and commitment to success fuel Elliott School alumn support for 34 years and counting.

Read more of Jerry's story

30 Years and Counting

30-year donor and GW alumnus David Berg, BS '68, and his wife Diane (far right), expanded their annual scholarship for SEAS after meeting with Amzaray Ahmed, BS ’14, the 2011-13 recipient.

Read more about their story

Mark Lederman, BBA ’76, MS ’81 and daughter, Jodi, BA'13

You Bet They're Loyal: Mark Lederman

In 1989, Mark Lederman, BBA '76, MS '81, began 25 years of giving to GW. His daughter, Jodi, BA '13, is continuing the tradition by becoming a founding member of GW Loyal.

Read more about Mark and Jodi's support for GW

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Your Loyal Giving at Work

Student Callers

Get to Know GW's Colonial Callers

GW’s Colonial Connection Call Center employs more than 60 students, but being a caller is more than just an on-campus gig for these student-employees – it’s a meaningful job that

New Colonial Connection Call Center Space

Colonial Connection Unveils New Call Center

It’s been said that younger generations are scared to pick up the phone, but that’s not the case for the student callers at Colonial Connection, GW’s call center.

Jon LeClair, SON'18, has something to prove.

A Dream Realized

Jon LeClair, SON ’18, has something to prove. At least that is how he feels as the recipient of the Caroline Fredricka Holdship Trust, which is helping him to study health care in GW’s School of Nursing.
Aaron Banas (right) leads a nature retreat for D.C.-area veterans.

Supporting Veterans and the Environment

Aaron Banas, MP ’17, came to GW’s Professional Psychology Program because of its “unique approach to treat the whole person.”