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Making a Difference Profiles

Making a Difference: Philanthropy helps Ashley Fowler ’14 shape her future
<p>Through the benefit of private support, the Elon senior has discovered a passion for human rights and is leaving a lasting legacy on campus.</p>
Making a Difference: Sophomore discovers the power of giving
<p>A music scholarship opened the door for Brandon Mitchell &rsquo;16 to take advantage of everything Elon has to offer.</p>
Making a Difference: Mahaffeys&rsquo; generosity impacts students across campus
<p>Gifts from the Elon parents have enhanced several university programs, experiences and facilities.</p>
Making a Difference: Kelli Palmer &rsquo;98 honors her alma mater with gift
<p>A planned gift allowed Kelli Palmer &#39;98 to give to Elon, a place that has had<br /> &quot;the single greatest impact&quot; on this generation of her family.</p>
Construction set to begin on Scott Studios
<p>Designs are complete for Elon&#39;s new performing arts facility at the Francis Center.</p>
Making a Difference: Elingburgs join Elon’s most generous donors
In the transition from Elon supporters to Elon parents, Wes and Cathy Elingburg take giving to new heights.
Making a Difference: A wish come true
Tom Grathwohl P&rsquo;11 &rsquo;13 remembers exactly what set Elon apart when he and his wife, Darcy, helped their son, David Edge &rsquo;11, make his college decision.
Worsleys Recognized with SoCon Distinguished Service Award
The Southern Conference honors Cecil and JoAnna Worsley for their support of Elon athletics.
Hunts contribute $1 million to the new softball stadium
Elon trustee Vicky Hunt and her husband Sam have made gifts totaling $1 million to help fund the new softball stadium on campus.
Skluts support Jewish Studies program
Elon&rsquo;s commitment to create a vibrant, inclusive campus caught the attention of parents Eric and Lori Sklut. The couple made a $250,000 gift through the Levine-Sklut Family Foundation to endow the Lori and Eric Sklut Emerging Scholar in Jewish Studies. This endowment will significantly expand and enrich Elon&rsquo;s Jewish Studies program, which will benefit all students.
Jessie Hook '46 makes a big impact through planned giving
Jessie Thurecht Hook &rsquo;46 is one of many donors who are helping to secure Elon&rsquo;s future by placing the university in their wills. By including Elon in her estate, Jessie can continue to live comfortably and help her alma mater in the future.
Staying faithful to Elon
You&rsquo;ll have to excuse Ike Credle '83 for his enthusiasm for Elon. He can&rsquo;t help himself. Ike supports Elon each year because he values his education and wants to preserve what he loved most about his alma mater.