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Spring Donor Celebration

The Spring Donor Celebration is about thanking those who have supported moving the College forward through their generous donations. Follow the stories below to see how our donors have impacted the College's future.

 

Dr. Joyner smiles while addressing an audience from the podium

Welcome From The President

Dr. Joyner extends his gratitude to our Flagler College donors, who have provided incredible opportunities for both our students and the well being of our institution.

Your Impact

Donor Appreciation - Thank You

Honor Roll of Donors

The Honor Roll of Donors highlights our current supports who enhance the College's future. Find your name!

Kellers

Meet the Kellers

Saints superfans and supporters, Dick and Kathi Keller talk with basketball standout Ivanna Boyd.

Macy Marshall

Student Performance- Our Music Department

Rising Flagler senior Macy Marshall performs 'Back To Before' from the musical Ragtime as a thank to the donor and scholarship she has received in order to pursue a double minor in Theater & Music

WAYMON HEARN

Employee Giving Sees Record Year

Flagler College employees Wayman Hearn and Samantha Palmer share why they give and the impact of employee giving.

Sara Schark

Student Success: The Lion’s Cage

Flagler student Sara Schark won this year's Lion's Cage. Sponsored by the College's Business Advisory Board, this competition awards investment money to student business ideas.

Wells Fargo

Corporate Partner Supports Emergency Relief

Alumnus Chris Catania ’01 shares how his employer, Wells Fargo, supports students in their time of need.

A Legacy

Dr. William Proctor sitting on a bench near the Ponce entrance.

Congratulations, Dr. Proctor!

Flagler College celebrates the fruitful career of William Proctor as President and Chancellor over the course of 49 years. His wisdom and persistence to make Flagler a better place has inspired many, and will continue to impact several generations of Saints to come.

Watch the "Celebrating Dr. Proctor" video