Meet Our Donors

Blaine and Sue Garvin

Blaine and Sue Garvin

“When Susan and I got to thinking about our will, we wanted to do something for my son Sean, but also wanted to give back to this place that’s been my life’s work." More

Matt (’76 J.D.) and Eleanor Andersen

Matt (’76 J.D.) and Eleanor Andersen

Matt (’76 J.D.) and Eleanor Andersen love Gonzaga University and Spokane almost as much as they love floating lines together. More

Nancy Driscoll

Nancy Driscoll (’66)

“I love my education and giving back feels good.” More

Mike and Mary Fox

Mike (’76) and Mary Fox (’76)

“Giving back is just the right thing to do.” More

Don Rockstrom

Don Rockstrom

How do you turn 25¢ into an endowed scholarship? Ask Don Rockstrom. More

Mike and Sunny Strong

Mike and Sunny Strong

“An IRA charitable rollover is an obvious way of giving to Gonzaga without tax penalty. You are getting 100 percent benefit.” More

Don (’60) and Va Lena (’58) Curran

Don (’60) and Va Lena (’58) Curran

“A charitable gift annuity is a win-win for donors and Gonzaga.” More

Sue Weitz (’91)

Sue Weitz (’91)

“I worked with my financial advisor to discover which asset might be best and I’m leaving part of my retirement account with GU as a beneficiary.” More

Dan Harbaugh (’70)

Dan Harbaugh (’70)

“I really believe that part of our mission in life is to bring people from all over the world to Gonzaga because there is so much they can teach us.” More

Larry (’72) and Anna Bennett

Larry (’72) and Anna Bennett

For Larry (’72) and Anna Bennett, it’s about helping students. More

Nick (’06) and Dana (’07) Questad

Nick (’06) and Dana (’07) Questad

For Nick (’06) and Dana (’07) Questad, Gonzaga University left an indelible mark. More

Steve (’67) and Marge Brenneke

Steve (’67) and Marge Brenneke

“The only way I was able to do anything was because people gave me scholarships.” More

Jim (’71) and Pauline (Martin) Bresnahan (’70)

Jim (’71) and Pauline (Martin) Bresnahan (’70)

Gonzaga experiences inspired a lasting gift. More

Jim (’65) and Raeceil Day

Jim (’65) and Raeceil Day

Thousands of Zags have already been helped by the Days’ dedication to Gonzaga; but it doesn’t stop there. More

Mark (’72) and Kathy (’73) Casey

Mark (’72) and Kathy (’73) Casey

“If you have the means, I think you ought to consider Gonzaga as a beneficiary of your estate.” More

Pat and Carol West

Pat and Carol West

“A charitable remainder trust just makes a lot of sense. We avoid capital gains taxes, get regular income, and - best of all - it benefits Gonzaga well into the future.” More

Jim and Jean Roeber

Jim and Jean Roeber

“Donors made it happen for us and we want to make it happen for somebody else.” More

Rick (’67) and Nina Hofmeister

Rick (’67) and Nina Hofmeister

“We chose the charitable gift annuity because it benefits both the school and the donors.” More