Memorials and Tributes

Honor Someone By Helping Others!
In addition to the satisfaction you receive through recognizing the life’s work of a loved one, you help students to achieve their dreams. Many of our donors honor family and friends, both living and deceased, with the establishment of scholarships, sponsorship of educational facilities, endowed teaching chairs, and more. In these ways, it is possible to recognize someone special while helping deserving students.

Providing a gift establishes a living tribute that allows you to:
  • honor a loved one or yourself
  • support our continuing efforts, and
  • receive personal financial benefits from your contribution

There are many types of tribute gifts to match the honoree’s career field, hobby, or special purpose.
To explore the possibility of sponsoring an educational building, classroom, or lab as a permanent tribute to a family member or friend, please contact Ann Decker at or 772-462-4786.

Memorial gifts are a wonderful way to recognize someone in a meaningful way that will help others. Gifts made "In Lieu of Flowers” will be recognized with a sympathy card mailed to the honoree’s family.

Share Their Special Day and Help Students

A "Tributes” card recognizes special achievements and occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, graduations, promotions, retirements, and holidays. A card will be mailed on your behalf to the honoree. Funds received are placed in the student scholarship pool.

Please contact Julaine Ivy at or 772-462-7856 for more information about Memorial Gifts or Tribute Cards.


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