Fund for Morehouse
Give to the areas of greatest need at Morehouse!

The Fund for Morehouse is a critical unrestricted fund directing gifts to the College's most pressing needs. Your gift today will go to immediate use and make a direct impact on campus. These funds are in large part committed to critical areas such as scholarships, faculty development, infrastructure and technology. They also provide the President with important latitude to undertake new initiatives, plan for long-term financial stability and meet unanticipated needs.


  • Did you know that only 10% of the fundraising revenue received by the College is unrestricted? This poses a challenge in our ability to be need-blind in admissions, provide support for faculty, and keep up with facilities and technology needs.
  • Did you know that Morehouse College has a discounted tuition rate of more than 40% (approximately $25M annually)?
  • Did you know that alumni gifts affect our annual participation rate and is considered in college rankings?

Your gift to today to the Fund for Morehouse provides a necessary source of cash flow to keep the school operating and is critical to sustaining and extending the Morehouse Mission—to develop men with disciplined minds for lives of leadership and service


Want to make a recurring gift to Morehouse College? Make your gift here, and we will add your contribution to our Giving Tuesday donor wall!

Keith Burks '91 Fund for Morehouse 1989-1993 Class Match
Special matching opportunity for those in classes 1989 to 1993: Keith Burks '91 will match your donations (gifts up to $1000 are eligible) to the Fund for Morehouse (Unrestricted Area Greatest Need) up to a total of $10,000!
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