Grace College Fundraiser Keeps Rolling

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(Image courtesy of Grace College) The new science complex is set to be complete in the summer of 2018. (Image courtesy of Grace College) The new science complex is set to be complete in the summer of 2018.

Grace College & Seminary in Winona Lake has hit a milestone in its largest-ever fundraising effort. The Aspire Campaign has taken in $30 million of the $37 million goal. Major projects associated with the fundraising include the $8 million Dr. Dane A. Miller Science Complex, which is set to be complete next summer and is less than $1 million away from it's donation goal.

President Bill Katip says "we are very encouraged by the campaign's progress up to this point. For the past several months, I and others have met with alumni and friends all over the country to share about our vision and raise interest in the Aspire Campaign. The response has been terrific."

The public portion of the campaign launched in March and the school is looking to raise four times more than any other single campaign at Grace. The initial goal was to raise $22 million, but leaders elected to expand it by $15 million last fall.

You can connect to more about the campaign, its associated projects and progress by clicking here.

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