Providence College Athletics Hits Fundraising Goal For 2014 Fiscal Year
July 9, 2014
PROVIDENCE, R.I. - Providence College is proud to announce that it has hit its $4.2 million cash fundraising goal for the 2014 fiscal year.
"I would like to thank all Friar alumni, season ticket holders, and fans who helped us reach this new fundraising milestone," said Athletic Director Robert Driscoll. "Due to your support and generosity, you have helped us win a National Championship and Big East Championships. We look forward to many years of continued success."
Providence College athletics supports over 330 student-athletes through 19 programs. You are able to support Friar athletics through the Friars Forever Fund, sport specific donations, capital campaigns, and various scholarship funds.
To learn more about investing in our student-athletes, please visit www.givetopc.org or call Steve Napolillo at (401) 865-2677.
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