Student Philanthropy Council

phi•lan•thro•py -  noun
   1. the desire to promote the welfare of others, expressed especially by the generous donation of money.

Student Philanthropy Council (SPC) is a new united effort each class year developed to advance philanthropy on campus through training, programming, and giving.

Working under the course of the Office of Institutional Advancement, the SPC is comprised of a representative on each class board currently at the University as well as a representative from the current SGA. The goals and intent is to encourage students to give as a class year towards need based student scholarships.

The SPC team board increases involvement in the importance of improvement, raising money, and leadership.

Students: WE NEED YOU!

Our purpose is to educate, engage, and excite students about the importance and impact of donor support so that they will continue the tradition of Alumni giving for future generations of Lincoln students.

  • Educate

. . . to educate Lincoln University students about the importance and impact of donor support.

  • Engage

. . . to engage students in the act of philanthropy, building a culture of philanthropy on campus, and supporting the values and mission of the University.

  • Excite

. . . to excite students about participating in their Class Campaign, a tradition of giving where students are in friendly competition of other class years to see who can raise the most money in the school year. With chances to earn Lincoln para and other opportunities available, students become really creative in their efforts of giving.

For more information, contact Rich Lancaster, III, MLD '12 at rlancaster@lincoln.edu or 484-365-7252.