The Parents Council is comprised of parents of current students and recent graduates of Meredith who exhibit a commitment to the College through gifts of financial leadership, time, and input. Council members have the unique opportunity of attending meetings and events with President Jo Allen, ’80, and executive campus leaders. Our Parents Council members demonstrate their investment in a Meredith education by contributing $1,000/annually to The Parents Fund.
Patrons: Provide financial support and leadership to The Parents Fund’s Parents Project.
Ambassadors: Promote enrollment and retention of students by being strong advocates of the College.
Advisers: Offer feedback and input to the College about the student and family experience on campus.
Leave a lasting footprint by joining Parents Council. Become a member by September 11th to be invited to our fall meeting and social on September 23rd, 2017.
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Contact Margo Alfieri, Parents Gift Officer, to learn more about Parents Council, The Parents Fund, and other ways to invest in Meredith College:
Margo J. Alfieri, ’11 | (919) 760-8041 | email@example.com
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The Parents Fund
The Parents Fund is an important component of Meredith’s annual fundraising efforts. Gifts from parents, grandparents, and Parents Council members support a campus enhancement initiative known as The Parents Project. These projects address a priority identified by our students, allowing us to show them their input is valued. Your investment serves as an important source of funding that is used immediately so your student can enjoy the improved facilities and programs.
Meredith College has a strong history of parent and family philanthropy – all are encouraged to make a gift to The Parents Fund.
Click here to learn about the impact of family philanthropy through The Parents Fund.
Margo Alfieri, ‘11
Phone: (919) 760-8041