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The Griffin Fund

The Griffin Fund

Every year, Chestnut Hill College’s most loyal donors make gifts to the Griffin Fund knowing that it provides current-use support for the College to carry out its mission.

Your gift to the Griffin Fund provides crucial assistance to address the College’s greatest needs, including:

  • Providing bright, deserving students with critically-needed scholarships;
  • Offering internships and hands-on experiential learning opportunities;
  • Supporting projects to maintain the beauty and historic integrity of the campus; and
  • Enhancing the overall quality of the Chestnut Hill College experience.

Every gift, no matter the size, makes an immediate impact in the lives of CHC students!


Did you know that the combined support from donors like you helped CHC to award more than $17 Million last year?

We are blessed with numerous Griffins who are first generation college students and come from working class families that are stretching their resources to receive this education. Many of these families are counted among the current record highs of unemployment, and they need assistance.

Help us to keep our Griffin family strong by creating an opportunity for a student to continue their education. Now more than ever, our hard-working students are facing a difficult road ahead.

We are all part of the Griffin community, and the community needs all of us to be Griffin Strong!

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For questions about the Griffin Fund contact:

Michelle Presnall
Associate Director of Development 

The College's Tax ID # is 23-135-2626


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