Westmont Magazine Senior Stewardship
During the last busy weeks of their college career, more and more seniors are adding an item to their graduation checklist: make a gift to Westmont.
The Senior Stewardship campaign for the class of 2002 set a goal of 57 percent participation, and a record-setting 60 percent contributed. A total of 198 seniors gave $3,715.08 for an average gift of $18.76.
Thanks to a 4-1 challenge match made by an anonymous parent when a graduating class achieves a giving rate of 45 percent or more, The Westmont Fund received $18,575.40 from the Senior Stewardship campaign.
Two seniors co-chaired the fundraising effort: Jen Inboden, an economics and business major from Tucson, Ariz.; and Doni Waisanen, who double majored in communication studies and political science and comes from Corona, Calif. Doni was one of the winners of the prestigious Kenneth Monroe Award, given to the outstanding male and female graduate for achievement in academics and leadership on campus.