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Ways of Giving

St. Luke's College Fund

Making a donation to the college fund provides financial aid to students, as well as funding for faculty, equipment and facilities at St. Luke's College - UnityPoint Health in Sioux City, Iowa. Your support is allocated to three major funding areas.

The Impact of Your Support

  • 30% of every gift goes directly to students in the form of scholarships
  • 30% of every gift goes to the College Fund providing on-going support
  • 40% of every gift is permanently restricted and invested in St. Luke's College endowment fund

Additional Ways to Help St. Luke's College

St. Luke's College understands the importance of training tomorrow's highly skilled health care workers for you, your children and your grandchildren. When you contribute to St. Luke's College, you provide students necessary scholarships and support.

Named Scholarship Gift:

Individual gifts of $1,500 or more annually or corporate gifts of $2,500 annually (with a minimum commitment of three years) are eligible for a scholarship named in your honor (or a name of the your choosing). As a donor, you may opt to restrict annual full-ride scholarships to a particular program, student year or set other specific criteria.

Endowed Scholarships:

Permanently endowed scholarships of $35,000 or more are eligible for a scholarship named in your honor (or a name of the your choosing). As a donor, you may opt to restrict endowed scholarships to a particular program, student year or set other specific criteria.

Other Scholarship Gifts:

Friends of St. Luke's College Scholarships include all gifts under $1,500. The College establishes criteria for these scholarships.

Make a Gift:

St. Luke's College understands the importance of training tomorrow's highly skilled healthcare workers for you, your children and your grandchildren. When you contribute to St. Luke's College, you provide students scholarships and support by funding necessary faculty, equipment and facilities.