The Fund for Babson
Your gift to The Fund for Babson is a way to acknowledge the people and experiences that made Babson a special part of your life, and to ensure that today’s students have the same opportunities and experiences that shaped your future.
When you contribute to The Fund for Babson, your gift goes to work right away—and in the way you want it to work. You may direct your gift to the program or initiative that is most meaningful to you, or you can make an unrestricted gift that supports our mission-critical priorities: financial aid, faculty excellence, and student life.
What does my unrestricted gift to The Fund for Babson support?
The Fund for Babson provides resources that can immediately support students and faculty in our undergraduate and graduate programs. Typically, these funds support:
Scholarships and fellowships. The Fund for Babson enables talented students to attend Babson, enrich the Babson community, and use their education to start companies and transform industries around the world.
Faculty excellence. The Fund for Babson supports our exceptional faculty, empowering them to provide the best instruction and mentorship to students, conduct the most groundbreaking research, and advance the teaching of entrepreneurship.
Student life. The Fund for Babson makes possible the many cocurricular activities that provide opportunities for students to build professional connections, put classroom learning into practice, and acquire the valuable skills they will use throughout their careers.
If you would prefer, you may direct your gift to athletics, a specific center or department, or any program or area of Babson that is most meaningful to you.
What is Babson’s fiscal year?
Babson’s fiscal year begins on July 1 and ends on June 30.
Is my gift to Babson tax deductible?
All gifts to Babson are tax deductible in accordance with IRS regulations. Babson provides donors with a tax receipt for their gift.
May I speak to someone for more information about my gift to The Fund for Babson?
Yes! Email The Fund for Babson or call 781-239-4393.