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Give: What Needs Support

Giving Priorities

Your contribution may be designated to several areas of need on campus, including one of the six main areas of support:

As an Armstrong donor, you control how your money is spent.  Donations in all amounts are appreciated, but some donors may want to use the 1935 Society giving levels as a guide.

Armstrong’s annual giving program, the 1935 Society, recognizes the generosity of donors at varying support levels starting with gifts of $120 annually. The various giving levels are based on your total annual giving in the form of cash and gifts of stock to the Armstrong Foundation from July 1st to June 30th.

For more information on the above areas of support for Armstrong, please contact:

Office of Advancement
11935 Abercorn Street
Savannah, GA 31419


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