Parent Philanthropy Program Priorities

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The Parent Philanthropy Program focuses on five priorities that fall within the college’s Foundation for Leadership campaign.  It is important to remember that  The Citadel Foundation welcomes gifts of all sizes. Every gift, when added to the contributions of others, amounts to major support for Citadel cadets, faculty, and staff.  Though these priorities are highlighted, gifts can be made to any area on campus that you wish to support.

Cadet Relief Fund

The Cadet Relief Fund provides additional financial resources for cadets who display evidence of immediate financial need, with priority given to rising or standing seniors who, without aid, could not remain enrolled through Commencement. The Citadel family believes that it is unacceptable for a worthy cadet not to graduate due to the inability to afford tuition or other necessities on campus.  Therefore, the Parent Philanthropy Program strongly supports gifts to the Cadet Relief Fund.

Career Center

The Citadel Career Center has a mission to provide the education and resources that enable students to make well-informed career decisions. Philanthropic support enhances and expands career-related programs to help students become properly prepared to enter and succeed in meaningful career paths upon graduation.  A gift to the Career Center is an investment in the future success of countless cadets.

The Cadet Activities

The Cadet Activities Fund provides on-campus and off-campus opportunities for all cadets.  Gifts to support cadet activities will afford more resources for cadets to decompress and enjoy many of the educational and cultural experiences The Citadel and Charleston have to offer outside the classroom and beyond the gates.

Athletic Memorial Fund

The Athletic Memorial Fund aims to increase the financial independence of The Citadel’s athletic programs by fully funding athletic scholarships in all sports. Doing so will help to maximize the full potential of Citadel athletics and provide academic and athletic opportunities to deserving young men and women. In addition to enhancing the quality of cadet athletes being recruited, athletic scholarships have been shown to enhance the overall diversity within the Corps of Cadets.

The Citadel Fund

Donations to The Citadel Fund provide flexible support for essential objectives and may offset unanticipated expenses and shortfalls that would otherwise need to be funded from The Citadel’s overall operating budget. In any given year, unrestricted dollars are allocated strategically to fund vital needs of the college. Gifts to The Citadel Fund continue the college’s longstanding tradition of providing cadets and graduate students with an exceptional education in a disciplined environment, advancing The Citadel’s mission to educate and develop students to become principled leaders in all walks of life.



Parent Philanthropy Program Donor Honor Roll
Results: (1 - 22) of 22
Primary Addressee
Mr. Steven W. Adkins
Mr. and Mrs. James M. Boyd
COL and Mrs. Kenneth C. Braddock, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Brooks
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brown
Mr. and Mrs. George E. Campsen, III
Mr. Vil Caroso
Mr. and Mrs. Brian Cothran
Ms. Leslie Francis
Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Hajek, III
Dr. and Mrs. James S. Harrell, III
Mr. Franz Howard
Mr. Eric R. Hubbs
Mr. and Mrs. Korey W. Markle
Mr. and Mrs. Dickson Martin
Mr. and Mrs. John McKenna
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Murray
MAJ and Mrs. David F. Sidman
Mr. Warren D. Sisson, Jr.
Mr. Mark Spence
Mrs. Angela Thompkins
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson N. Walker
Results: (1 - 22) of 22


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If you have questions or comments regarding the Parent Philanthropy Program, 
please contact:

Propst, RiviereRiviere Moody
Assistant Director of
Annual Giving, Leadership Gifts