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Posted Oct. 31, 2008

Lesley Michaels
News/Web Editor

“Each year in the past 50 years, philanthropy has increased,” Jean Bjerke, vice president of university relations said. “Even after wars and natural disasters, for the most part, overall contributions have increased.”

Despite the ominous economy, Bjerke reports that the University of La Verne has received donations to the school totaling $1.5 million since July 1, a significant increase over last year’s gifts.

“$1.1 million of the sum is from current gifts this year, and the remaining $400,000 has been from the income of endowed scholarships,” Bjerke said.

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