Westmont College is honored to partner with foundations to accomplish mutually significant goals.
Our common objectives provide tremendous opportunity for impact on student lives. Through the college’s academic programs and scholarships, research initiatives, equipment purchases, and well-equipped facilities, our students and faculty thrive and flourish. We are deeply grateful to each of our foundation partners in this work.
In the 2011 fiscal year, foundations invested $2.2 million in Westmont. As the college celebrates 75 years, we acknowledge foundation contributions toward Westmont's place as a top-tier liberal arts college.
Recently constructed Winter Hall for Science and Mathematics featuring the Darling Foundation Lecture Hall, the Mosher Foundation Sculpture Green and Terrace leading to the Westmont Ridley-Tree Museum and Adams Center for the Visual Arts, Mericos H. Whittier Science Building, and the Keck Telescope and Physics and Engineering Lab are just a few of Westmont's treasures made possible through Foundation grants.
Westmont places high value on life transformation. Thousands of Westmont graduates are effective contributors to their communities and professions today in part because of foundation scholarship support during their academic career.
2011-2012 top foundation grant highlights:
- The Ahmanson Foundation
- The Outhwaite Charitable Trust
- The Adams Legacy Foundation
- PacificBancorp- Santa Barbara Bank & Trust
- Williams-Corbett Foundation
- David T. and Dorris E. Staples Foundation
- Hedco Foundation
- Mericos Foundation
- James L. Stamps Foundation
- The Fletcher Jones Foundation
- John Stauffer Charitable Trust: CHALLENGE
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Press Releases About Foundation Grants
Westmont invites foundation board and staff members to visit our growing campus:
Please contact Kenon Neal, director of foundation and corporate relations, at (805)565-6851 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a visit and campus tour.