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EMU sees increase in total contributions for 2011

Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) experienced a growth of 15 percent over last year in total contributions for the 2011 fiscal year ending June 30. Total contributions were $5,627,312, up $744,555 from fiscal year 2010. “We are pleased that giving to the University Fund has remained strong, even as donors have begun making significant capital commitments to our campaign ...More

EMU Giving Sees Slight Increase

Unrestricted contributions of $1,786,000 to Eastern Mennonite University for the 2009-10 fiscal year ending June 30 were up 3.4 percent over the previous year. Total contributions to EMU, including restricted gifts and grants, totaled $4,857,757 compared with $6,194,442 in 2009. "The decrease in total giving is largely due to a windfall bequest of $1 million EMU received ...More

EMU ‘Financially Healthy’

University OKs $28.5M Budget Plus $2.4M In Commons’ Renovation By Heather Bowser, Daily News-Record Most private schools have endured a tough year financially, but Eastern Mennonite University has bucked that trend, officials there say. The Harrisonburg university remains “financially healthy,” recently passing a budget 3.4 percent larger than last yea ...More

EMU heartened by contributions amid stressful economy

Total charitable contributions to EMU for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2009 were $6,069,782, an increase of 15% over the previous year. This is only the second time in the past six years that total giving to EMU exceeded the $6 million threshold. “We are extremely grateful for the widespread support EMU received in what has been a very challenging economic environment for fun ...More

University Fund Reaches Record Goal

It took much hard work and an outpouring of donor support, but efforts were rewarded as EMU surpassed its goal for the University Fund for the 2003-2004 fiscal year that ended June 30. EMU received a record $1.48 million for the University Fund, an eight percent increase over last year’s unrestricted giving. The amount included $365,000 to East ...More