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In 1859, newly-settled Franciscan Brothers established St. Francis Academy, the first private school in the Diocese of Brooklyn. The Academy was created to educate the boys of the Diocese, but twenty-five years later, trustees of the Academy were given proper

Chestnut Hill College was founded by the Sisters of Saint Joseph as a liberal arts college located at the northwestern edge of Philadelphia. The College has served over 15,000 graduates and for the fourth consecutive year, has earned a national

Indiana University of Pennsylvania began partnering with Changing Our World to help ensure the public-phase success of its record-breaking Imagine Unlimited campaign, with an eye toward laying the groundwork for its next comprehensive fundraising campaign.  Thanks in part to several

Central Catholic High School was established in 1927 and is a Lasallian, all boys high school based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. St. John Baptist de La Salle, a founder of Lasallian education, believed that all people should have access to quality

Molloy College is an independent, Catholic college in Long Island, NY that is rooted in the Dominican tradition of study, spirituality, service, and community and is committed to academic excellence with respect for each person. Through transformative education, Molloy promotes a

Changing Our World’s engagement with New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) began with the implementation of a feasibility study to assess the University’s capability of engaging in a multimillion-dollar fundraising campaign. Bringing its in-depth knowledge of the collegiate philanthropic landscape

St. John’s University is one of America’s leading Catholic universities – recognized for its superb academic programs, diverse student life and New York vitality. In preparation for an unprecedented fundraising and community engagement initiative, St. John’s University partnered with Changing

The Summit Country Day School is a prestigious independent Catholic school located in Cincinnati, Ohio. The school has maintained a proud legacy of excellence through a coeducational learning experience for students from Montessori preschool through grade 12 throughout the metropolitan

The Catholic Alumni Partnership (CAP) was launched among eight archdioceses and dioceses, as well as 352 elementary schools in late 2009 to help Catholic elementary schools reengage their alumni and, through this reengagement, generate the financial and volunteer support necessary