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  1. Thank You! Day of Giving 2024

    Posted by The Annual Philanthropy Team

    The grand totals are in and it’s time to celebrate! We couldn’t be more thankful for the alum...

  2. Savannah Warner ’24 | Early Elementary and Early Childhood Education Major

    Posted by Cheryl Wunderlich

    Savannah Warner has guardian angels, but they are made of real flesh and bone. “I don’t know ...

  3. Caden Brainard ’25 | Mechanical Engineering Major

    Posted by Cheryl Wunderlich

    Being a student-athlete and a mechanical engineering major has been much tougher than Caden Brain...

  4. Quinn Kennedy ’24 | Political Science and English Major

    Posted by Cheryl Wunderlich

    Quinn Kennedy thought he might have to take a gap year before returning to campus his senior year...

  5. Nay Say ’26 | Sociology and Business

    Posted by Cheryl Wunderlich

    Nay Say’s endowed scholarship means she can attend 鶹ý and become a social worker, a c...

  6. Jake Peterson ’24 | Psychology and Computer Science Major

    Posted by Cheryl Wunderlich

    Jake Peterson would not have been able to pursue his passion as a student-athlete if he had not r...

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Hope by the Numbers

  • 8,000+Community of Donors

    When you make a gift to Hope, you are joining more than 8,000 others who share your strong commitment and contribute to Hope’s success each year.

  • $1.2MGifts Under $100

    Gifts of $100 or less have combined for a total impact of $1.2 million over the past five years.

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  • $70MTo Generate Equal Support

    It would take $70 million of endowment to generate the same amount of annual support that our community of donors provide through The Hope Fund each year.

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  • 1:10Local Investment

    Gifts that support 鶹ý support the greater Holland community as $1 of every $10 in the local economy can be credited to the college.

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This is my anchor of hope for this people in the future.

Rev. A.C. Van Raalte