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Donor Stories

  • Matthew W. Wilson '86
    How do you get to the doctor when you don't have a car? How do you pay the doctor or buy medicine when your low-wage job doesn't...
  • Turner Leaves Nearly $5 Million to Support Scholarships at Furman University
    Furman University has received nearly $5 million from the estate of Furman alumnus Thomas C. Turner (1930-2018), class of 1951, to expand...
  • Robin Sullens '83
    Robin Sullens '83 got her first glimpse of Furman in 1978 while on a tour of Baptist colleges and universities in South Carolina. After making her way...
  • Furman recieves $6 million bequest from estate of alumnus Thomas Farmer
    In late 2018, Furman University received a $6 million bequest from the estate of the late Thomas Farmer, a 1950 graduate who was among...
  • Donor Story--Nate Einstein
    Nate Einstein has been known to call Furman as "one of Greenville's prized assets." He believes that Furman adds immeasurable stability...
  • Nicholas Basinger '09 (recipient of Furman scholarships)
    "It's hard to sum up my Furman experience in just a few sentences.
  • Leaches Use CGA to Fund Scholarship
    Jim and Barbara Fox Leach (both '56) are second generation planned giving donors...
  • Jeff Powell '89
    It started at Paul Scarpa's tennis camp where I was a young camper with a dream to play tennis for the Paladins.
  • Joe Roberts '52
    "Fifty-eight years following my graduation, I am aware of my indebtedness to Furman University."
  • David Segal '63
    Growing up, David Segal '63 never had dreams of attending Furman University. In fact, as a renowned international athlete...