Your gift to James Madison can make a difference in the lives of students. View video
The Madison Project, one of JMU's finest a cappella groups, sings thanks to JMU's gracious donors. View video.
It's more than a building - watch three students thank Forbes Center donors for their support of the arts at JMU. View video.
Assistant Dean of the College of Education Maggie Kyger discusses the importance of private giving. View video.
Daniel Morgan ('10) turned a class assignment into a project that changed lives in Uganda. View video.
Dean of the College of Visual & Performing Arts George Sparks shares his thanks to donors. View video.
Click here to view the 2010 Stewardship Luncheon (formerly the Scholarship & Endowment Luncheon).
At the Office of Donor Relations, our job is to sustain and nurture James Madison University's lifelong relationship with you, our donors. It is our role to make sure that JMU is being a good steward of your gifts by keeping you informed about how your gift is being used to make a difference at James Madison University. Adjacent are short videos sharing how faculty and students have been impacted by your gracious gifts.
In the short time leading up to and since President Alger took office as president, he has acquired a great deal of knowledge and made the relationships neessary to successfully lead James Madison University. In order to acquire a complete understanding of the university's strengths as well as its challenges, he has embarked on a "Listening Tour." The plan is to ask "Why Madison?" Why did you choose to attend, teach or work at JMU? Why is JMU important to you? Why are you committed to JMU? Why do you volunteer your time or invest your resources in the University? This ongoing conversation is to be one of mutual discovery. Please attend a tour near you. See the upcoming listening tour events listed on the Donor Events page, or relive the event through pictures on the Past Donor Events link.
As seen in a previous issue of Madison