Make A Donation To Friar Athletics Before June 30
June 27, 2014
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - The 2013-14 year was one to remember for Friar fans. Help celebrate the memories made this past season by making a donation to Friar Athletics before the Providence College fiscal year ends on June 30th.
Every donor, regardless of the amount given, will be listed in the annual Friar Athletics report that will commemorate the National Championship, BIG EAST Championship and all the magical moments of this past year.
Donate today at www.givetopc.org or by calling 401-865-1756 and ensure that your name is listed in this year's donor book.
Fans may donate directly to the sport of their choice or to the Friars Forever Athletic Fund which supports every student-athlete at Providence College.
Thank you for your support and Go Friars!
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