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Large or small, your gift helps us improve the quality of a Keystone College education.

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Where to Give

Gifts of all sizes are powerful investments in Keystone’s mission.

Your philanthropy helps educate deserving students, strengthen research that leads to new knowledge and solutions, prepare tomorrow’s leaders, and serve the public good.

Your unrestricted gift can help the College address the most pressing needs each year, or you can restrict your gift and support a specific program or department at Keystone. You have many options for giving to Keystone.

Find the best giving option for you.

Questions about giving?

Contact the Office of Institutional Advancement

Staff Contact List

You aren’t just making a donation, you're funding the dreams and ambitions of a budding professional.

Directing Your Gift

While unrestricted dollars are the best way to show your support of Keystone College, restricted gifts are also important. Along with scholarships, you can designate a gift to any different program or fund.

  • Athletic Department
  • Department of Instrumental Music
  • Annual Fund
  • General Endowed Scholarship Fund
  • The Jazz Institute
  • The Gathering at Keystone College
  • The Athletic Field and Track Complex
  • In Honor of an Individual
  • In Memory of an Individual
  • Scholarships
  • Programs
  • Special Projects

If you do not see a specific fund listed, you can still make a gift to that program, just notate it in the "Other" box on the online make a gift form.

Keystone College Baseball Renovations

The Keystone College baseball program is excited to announce upgrades to Christy Mathewson Field. Your gift makes you part of the team and the legacy of Keystone Baseball.

“If you value your Keystone years, think about helping one of today’s students have a similar experience.” 

 Jack V. Peck ’57 and Sue Chisholm Peck ’58

Inspired to establish the Jack V. Peck ’57 and Sue Chisholm Peck ’58 Scholarship after learning fellow classmate Hal Miller ’57 established one in memory of his parents.