Impact of Giving
The event goal: 1,863 donors in 1,863 minutes - in recognition of the year of Bryant’s founding
Dr. Yobaccio played a founding role in the creation of Bryant's acclaimed IB program in 2004.
"It was only in hindsight that I realized what my Bryant education had accomplished for me,” says Frederick Eaton ’53, who established a successful career in commercial lending.
Since 2009, the Champions for Philanthropy awards have honored alumni, parents, and friends of the University whose generosity allows Bryant to fulfill its mission.
The $5 million will enhance academic offerings in the School of Health Sciences.
Roger and E. Patricia Messier P'14 establish an endowed scholarship at Bryant with intention for it to "Give, grow, and go on forever."
Without encouragement from a professor who had a singular impact on her career and life, Judith Allen '55 might not have completed her Bryant studies. Read More
Goal of gift from Richard Leto ’73 and his wife, Bonnie: to create and sustain an environment that promotes a wise and balanced relationship with food.
Bryant alumnus shows his appreciation for his education and career through annual donations and an endowed scholarship.
Brittany Glenn '11 has donated to the Bryant Fund every year since graduating to give back to the school that she says gave her so much.
Catherine Parente '78 was often the only woman in her classes at Bryant while studying to be an accountant, and she became the first woman to be named partner at her firm. In honor of her parents who instilled a good work ethic, Parente established a scholarship as part of Bryant's capital campaign.
Partnering with the Warren Alpert Foundation to advance the School of Health Sciences expands academic offerings and provides new opportunities.