APRIL 10TH UPDATE:
We are overwhelmed with gratitude, as we cross the $100,000 mark for the Student Hardship and Emergency Relief Fund. Because the situation continues to evolve, with more students seeking financial support from our office on a day-by-day basis, the project page will remain open through June 30.
The College will continue to provide updates on our students and our response to this pandemic. For now, know that your gifts have an immediate and critical impact on our students.
From all of us at F&M, a sincere and heartfelt THANK YOU!
In these uncertain times, F&M students are facing unforeseen hardships and financial hurdles. The College is committed to helping to solve students' most urgent needs. Such emergency needs include funds to travel home (sometimes across the globe), replacing lost wages, and funds to defray costs of computer or software essentials for now-online classes.
To provide a way for the F&M community to support our students, we have established the Student Hardship and Emergency Fund.
Due to the magnitude of the need being experienced by our students, we are setting a goal of raising $100,000 from the community.
We know that many if not all of us are facing hardships during this time. All of us at F&M wish you nothing but the best and are truly appreciative of anything you can do to support F&M students today.
Please consider making a gift supporting hardship and emergency relief for Franklin & Marshall students.