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Top giving stories of 2014

  • Student body president finds a bright future

    His foster parents discouraged him from taking honors courses, but ASU student body president Frank Smith said he “knew education was the way out” of a cycle of poverty and struggle. Read more

  • Small amounts build into a mountain of giving

    School of Social Work professor Teri Kennedy put aside a little bit of her paycheck over the 17 years she’s worked at ASU. Now she’s endowing a scholarship and helping students not “have to choose between paying the rent and paying for books.” Read more

  • Arizona Center for Law and Society breaks ground

    With the support of generous donors such as Leo and Annette Beus, a new 280,000-square-foot, $129 million facility will help Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law students work and study near the state’s court district in downtown Phoenix. Read more

  • Thanksgiving dinner one example of parent support

    Sun Devil Family Association initiatives are designed to increase support for student success and build spirit and pride in the ASU community. In addition to a free holiday meal, the SDFA provides tutoring, scholarships and more. Read more

  • ASU students and faculty fund their dreams

    Bully blocking, rescuing elephants, helping the homeless, and educational trips to Seattle and Washington, D.C. were some of the projects student groups and faculty researchers crowdfunded in 2014 through a new program called PitchFunder. Read more

  • ASU elevates hockey team to NCAA Division 1

    As a club sport, ASU hockey won its first national title last season. Now ASU will become the 60th school in the country to offer Division I hockey, thanks to a group of visionary supporters. Read more

  • Julie Wrigley shows her passion for sustainability

    In May, ASU announced the naming of the Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability in recognition of Wrigley’s leadership in protecting human prosperity and the Earth’s life-support systems. Wrigley gave a $25 million investment to ASU’s sustainability efforts, bringing her total support to more than $50 million. Read more

  • Women & Philanthropy awards $300,000 in grants

    ASU’s women-powered giving program gave a boost to arts entrepreneurship, biomedicine, journalism and engineering outreach programs. Read more

  1. Access to ASU gives foster youth a bright future
  2. Faculty giving impacts student success
  3. New law facility strengthens ties to legal community
  4. Parent contributions help ASU students succeed
  5. PitchFunder fuels ASU innovation, entrepreneurship
  6. Gift makes ASU competitive in hockey arena
  7. Wrigley-ASU partnership advances sustainability efforts
  8. Women harness giving power on behalf of students