Donor Impact Summer 2020

 

“They have done a wonderful job in creating a state-of-the-art learning space that is further enhanced by its proximity to the nursing labs, allowing collaborative learning and a better understanding between future PA’s and future nurses.”

Dr. Paul Davis, former program and medical director of the UF Physician Assistant program

 

“Because of the high quality of leadership [UF has] in our staff, faculty, and the Board of Trustees, the University is well-prepared to help fulfill the mission we have to equip our students for meaningful lives and productive careers and to overcome the challenges we are seeing in higher education.”

Chris Ostrander, Vice Chair, University of Findlay Board of Trustees

 

Nick Reinhart sees UF as a pillar of the community, appreciates, values, and respects an education, and feels that Findlay is lucky to have its University.

 

“The generosity provided to UF from our donor family is outstanding. Gifts come in from UF supporters of every stripe, from the trustees who help lead the way, to alumni from coast to coast and community members here in Hancock County. Whether their interest is academics, athletics, the Mazza Museum, or another area, donors want to be sure they support our students.”

Marcia Sloan Latta, Ed.D., Vice President for University Advancement

 

Because of all of our UF friends, parents, and alumni like YOU, our Day of Giving on May 5 was a record-breaking day! We’re so grateful for our Oiler family! To all of the gracious givers on that day and every day, we say thank you!

 

“From the very first time that I crossed the Mazza Museum’s threshold, I recognized their ability to teach and message young children through children’s literature. They offer programs to develop imagination, creativity, pleasure in word use, empathy, and a sense of empowerment that comes from reading books and sharing ideas. My family and I feel privileged to be involved in their mission.”

Judith Conda, Mazza Museum donor

 

“The Mazza Museum emphasized the commitment of the artists to strive to meet the highest standards in their creative work. When it was time to make a decision about a recipient of the paintings and drawings that I had created during all my years as an author and illustrator, I was deeply honored when the opportunity became available to add them to the Mazza Museum’s superb collection.”

Steven Kellogg, Mazza Museum illustrator/donor