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Go Forth Inspires Transformational Giving

"To whom much is given, much is expected."

- Luke 12:48

Tony '57 and Donna Dill have exceeded expectation through their transformational support of Go Forth, SLUH's $70-million campaign benefiting financial accessibility, program excellence and a 21st century campus. Their generosity is making The J. Anthony '57 and Donna M. Dill Center for Academic Success a reality.

What inspired them to give so generously? Why does SLUH hold such a special place in their hearts? Learn more about the Dills here in their exclusive SLUH Magazine interview.

The J. Anthony '57 and Donna M. Dill Center for Academic Success

Construction on The J. Anthony '57 and Donna M. Dill Center for Academic Success is expected to begin as soon as this summer. This new center, located in renovated space of the old cafeteria, will provide students the space and support to further develop learning skills that promote academic success and practice leadership.

With Gratitude

A transformational campaign like Go Forth calls for transformational giving, with gifts at all levels contributing to the overall success. SLUH thanks all alumni, parents, faculty/staff, friends and benefactors who support its mission, including the following generous donors whose support to Go Forth exceeds $1 million.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Danis '65

    Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J. Danis '65
    T. Danis Charitable Trust
  • J. Anthony '57 and Donna M. Dill
  • Leo V. Mitchell '53
  • Mary Pat and Tom Santel '76
  • Pamela D. Zilly and John H. Schaefer ‘70
  • Cheryl and Thomas Schilli '64
  • Steward Family Foundation
    World Wide Technology Foundation
  • Aja and Pat Stokes
  • Debbie and Mark Wilhelm '72
  • Jeanne and John Wunderlich '66
  • Anonymous (3)

(as of 2/27/19)

>>> Learn about Go Forth

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