Wolverine Challenge fundraising total breaks record

Grove City College’s annual Wolverine Challenge fundraiser set a new record for support, bringing in nearly $3 million to support the Annual Fund, scholarships, athletics, and many more programs and priorities.

The Wolverine Challenge culminated in a one-day push on Nov. 15 that featured matching gifts and a Greek Challenge among the College’s fraternities and sororities. The $2,802,090 raised shattered the previous record of $2,015,538 set in 2021.

The Paul G. Benedum, Jr. Foundation provided a $20,000 match for scholarship gifts and College President Paul '80 and Brenda (Millican '80) McNulty provided a $10,000 match for gifts to the Annual Fund.

The Greek Challenge saw the sisters of Sigma Theta Chi capturing the participation award, with 22 percent of alumna contributing, and the brothers of Kappa Alpha Phi raising the most with $187,917.

“The impact our alumni, parents, friends, and employees have made on our students during the 2023 Wolverine Challenge is historic and profound,” said Jeffrey Prokovich ’89, vice president for Advancement. “The power of a group of people, each contributing what they feel led to give, is unfathomable. Grove City College is blessed to have this incredible support from our faithful community.”

Wolverine Challenge fundraising total breaks record

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