Friars Forever Athletic Fund Donations:
Making a donation online is now easier than ever! All new online pledges must be paid in full using either Visa or MasterCard. If you have any questions about online giving please contact Steve Napolillo at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (401) 865-2677.
When using the Providence College Alumni site please fill out the PC online giving page completely. Under "designation" scroll down until you get to "Friars Forever Athletic Fund". When you make the donation, the thank you message will say "thank you for giving to the Providence College Alumni Foundation," but you can be assured that your donation will be received by the Friars Forever Athletic Fund. Additionally, the Friars Forever Athletic Fund needs to know where to direct the payment. Please be specific about this in the comments box.
Some examples are:
- Friars Forever Athletic Fund Pledge (seating requirements or unrestricted donation)
- Capital Campaign
- Donation for a specific sport (remember, this does not count toward seating benefits)
To find out more about giving to Providence College, follow these links:
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