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Create Immediate Impact

The Annual Fund bridges a critical gap supporting the mission of the College.

Grow Fisher's Annual Fund

The Annual Fund enriches the student academic experience in so many small and critical ways, while enabling the College to meet strategic goals. It supports operating expenses, forming the foundation of all philanthropic giving, and bridges a critical gap supporting the mission of the College. It also supports campus improvements to help elevate and improve the student experience.

An Impactful Investment

Unrestricted dollars from the Annual Fund enable the College to create and sustain transformative student experiences. Maintaining a strong and growing Annual Fund is essential, especially amid the dynamic landscape of higher education that exists today.

The Spire Society, the College’s elite contributors to the Annual Fund, is a network of College leaders and dedicated supporters who invest in our students, our people, and our mission. The collective impact of their support continues to grow.

Your generous gift to the Annual Fund will increase this immediately impacting College resources, expanding Fisher’s flexibility to facilitate individualized and meaningful academic experiences for every student.

News and Events

A rendering of the Joseph Pellicano Wrestling Pavilion

Gift Funds Construction of New State-of-the-Art Joseph Pellicano Wrestling Pavilion

The 2020-21 Executive Intern team

Emma Pyrak ’21 reflects on her time in Fisher's Executive Internship Program

Fr. Joseph Trovato and Deacon Kevin Carges

In 2009, following their 25th Fisher reunion weekend, members of the Class of 1984 founded a non-profit, Eight 4 World Hope. Inspires by the late Fr. Joe Trovato, CSB, they continue to do great things.

The Lamphear siblings

For the Lamphear family from Camillus, New York, St. John Fisher College has been a part of dinner conversations since 2007. That’s when their oldest daughter, Lindsey, first heard about the College from an older classmate who had visited the campus.

Pat Gordon, Kate Burakowski, and Todd Harrison

How Fisher’s graduate sport management program developed alongside a unique and revolutionary partnership for students.

The 2019 cohort of College Bound students.

A $350,000 grant from M&T Bank will provide multi-year support for a St. John Fisher College program that helps highly motivated high school students become first-generation college students. The newly named M&T Charitable Foundation College Bound Program provides students with access to the information and resources they need to navigate the college admissions process and discover potential career paths.

Two golf tournaments in one week boosted student scholarship funds at St. John Fisher College.

09.19
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Where: Ward-Haffey Dining Hall
10.01
10 a.m.
Where: Online
09.18
5 p.m.
Where: Genesee Valley Club

Let’s Move Fisher Forward

By investing in Fisher Forward, you are investing in the future success of our graduates, our institution, and our community as a whole.

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