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Loyal Friar Society

The Loyal Friar Society recognizes donors who consistently donate to the College at any giving level. This society acknowledges the many PC donors who understand that consecutive annual giving – no matter the amount – has the power to transform the lives of students. There are more than 5,000 donors in the Loyal Friar Society. Members range from alumni who graduated in the 1950s to members of the FOLD (Friars of the Last Decade), to faculty, staff, and friends.

As a devoted donor to the College, you’ve helped to ensure that all students and faculty have the resources they need to thrive. Thank you for your consistent and sustained generosity to PC.

Benefits

To qualify for the Loyal Friar Society, donors must make contributions to the College at any amount for at least three consecutive years. As a member of the Loyal Friar Society, you will receive:

  • Recognition in the Donor Gratitude Report as a Loyal Friar
  • Invitations to special donor recognition and campus-wide events
  • Ribbons denoting Loyal Friar status at College events
  • Additional recognition depending on giving level
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God, country, family, and Providence College—four pillars for a fulfilling life. As an alumnus and legacy parent, my gratitude to PC and the Dominican Fathers runs deep. My PC education served me immeasurably during my 33 year tenure as a Family Court councilor for the Connecticut Judicial Branch. It is with immense joy and pride that I donate annually to the Fund for Providence College to help carry on the excellent quality education and tradition for current students.

Mark Patterson ’76, ’18P

My love of Providence College for a great undergraduate experience and the 50 years after has only grown. I was fortunate to make lifelong friends and get to know faculty and leaders of the college over the many years I worked in Rhode Island. My PC ‘roots’ have been such a big part of my family’s life and I will be forever grateful that the choice I made as an 18 year-old was absolutely the right one. The impact Providence College had on my life is immeasurable. My support for the good work of the College as it benefits future students will always remain my top priority.

Paul Lenahan ’72, ’77G