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The Earlham Community can do amazing things.

The gift-giving, social-media-sharing, Earlham-celebrating worldwide extravaganza was bigger than ever in 2019! The 27-hour fundraising day resulted in 2,301 donors, and raised $728,124 for Earlham.

Earlham Day has been an opportunity for students, faculty, staff, and alumni from around the world to gather and honor all things Earlham. From the student/faculty collaborative research, to excellence in scholarship, to extracurricular opportunities, to the generosity and engagement of alumni, we have a lot to celebrate.

In 2019, Earlham Day was all about what our community can do together. Every person who gave immediately unlocked $200 for the Earlham Fund, thanks to these generous challenge donors:

  • Georges `63 and Shorty Friedman `61 Birenbaum
  • Jerry `63 and Jannie Miller `65 Dusseau
  • Ken Hellendall `77
  • John `64 and Jane Souder `64 Loose
  • Alan `74 and Peggy Kral `74 Scantland
  • Barbara Sharp `68
  • Randall `68 and Alice Almond `68 Shrock
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