ALUMNI & FRIENDS
Alumni & Friends
Advancement: Giving Priorities and Opportunities
We have seen many changes at Warner University since we opened our doors and welcomed our very first students in 1968. We are so grateful for every individual that God has brought through our doors. Our alumni hold a special place in our history and our hearts.
We strive every day to provide a safe place where our students can learn about God, develop their passions, and form lifelong friendships in an environment that is beyond belief. God continues to bless our university and our alumni are a constant encouragement to our heart. Be sure to check out our blog for all our Alumni Highlights and share your stories with us. We hope you will connect with us on social media as well.
Through the establishment of endowed scholarships, Warner University is able to provide student financial support for academic award and financial need. An endowed scholarship can be established through a donation of $20,000. The fund can begin with any amount and as you give, it continues to grow. When the scholarship reaches $20,000 it qualifies as a named endowment. To learn more, see our Endowed Scholarship Policy.
Planned Giving: What Is Your Legacy?
To learn more about gifts to Warner University through wills and estates, charitable annuities, trusts, and life insurance, contact Doris Gukich, Vice President of Advancement at email@example.com or 863-638-7611.
Alumni can also support WU through employer matching gifts, student recruitment, and internship and employment opportunities for present students or graduates. All of the options help the University continue to grow while increasing the value of the diploma you already hold.
For more information, contact Director of Alumni Relations, Kareen Pickett, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 863-638-7248.
Clark Peacemaking Fund
Bob & Frances Clark
This fund honors two individuals who are national treasures for the Church of God—Robert and Frances Clark. Two of their life passions are missions and peace. They are known and admired for pouring out their lives for the people of India and Pakistan. They became beloved members of the Warner University family when Dr. Robert Clark taught and shared his heart for missions. Mrs. Frances Clark’s board experience and keen insights were a great asset to the Missionary Board when she was elected to its governing body.
Bob is from an extended family of peacemakers. He and Fran are pioneer leaders of the Church of God Peace Fellowship, started in the 1930s by Dean Russell Olt and Dr. Adam Miller. During the 2007 General Assembly of the Church of God, the Clarks received the “Peacemakers of the Year” Award.
Eager to be supportive of the Clark Peacemaking Fund during 2007, the Peace Fellowship made an initial contribution of $1,000. A retired WU faculty member gave $2,000. Clark family and friends plan to make annual, sacrificial gifts.
Will you help honor Bob and Fran by sending a gift to the Clark Peacemaking Fund also? Click here and choose “Clark Peacemaking Fund” on the drop-down menu to designate where you would like this gift to be directed.
“A harvest of righteousness is sown in peace for those who make peace.” – James 3:18
Capital Campaigns and Facility Development
Ed & Myrtle Lou Swindle Agriculture Complex
To view the current donors to the Agriculture Complex and program, click here.
Warner would like to say a big thank you to these donors for their generosity!
Alumni & Friends Brick Walkway
Contact Director of Alumni Relations Kareen Pickett at email@example.com or 863-638-7248 or purchase a brick online here and choose “Alumni & Friends Brick Walkway” on the drop-down menu to designate where you would like to direct your gift.