Corporate & Foundation Giving
Gifts and grants from corporations and foundations are vital to ensure that Emerson can continue to educate the next generation of leaders in communication and the arts.
The Office of Corporate and Foundation Relations is responsible for the planning, organization, and implementation of a program to build financial support for the College from local, regional, and national corporations and foundations. We raise support to meet pressing program needs, capital projects, and College initiatives.
Below are highlights of recent corporate and foundation support received.
Japan Foundation Funds Student Travel Exchange
Emerson students spent a week in Japan from June 8–14, 2013, as part of the Japan America Collegiate ExchangeTravel Program, made possible by a $33,500 grant from the Japan Foundation.
Rowe Foundation Supports Student Scholarships
The Rowe Foundation continued its support of Emerson's Doriot Fellows Program with a $35,000 grant. The Doriot Fellows Program awards scholarships to graduate students in Communication Sciences and Disorders with financial need.
Barr Foundation Awards Planning Grant to Emerson and ProArts
The Barr Foundation approved a $140,000 grant to Emerson College to support the Professional Arts Consortium's (ProArts) strategic plan and series of conversations about arts education. ProArts consists of six institutions dedicated to the visual and performing arts, including Emerson.
We invite you to explore a partnership by becoming involved with the dynamic and diverse Emerson experience. Corporate and Foundation partners have the opportunity to address business needs, drive positive change, and give back to the community.
To learn more about creating a powerful collaboration between your organization and Emerson College, please contact Heather Mele Feland, Director of Corporation and Foundation Relations, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-824-8534.
Corporate Matching Gifts
Over 15,000 companies match gifts to education. Find out if your company is one of them.
The Office of Research and Creative Scholarship (ORCS) is the first point of contact for faculty research projects. When faculty seek funds from corporations or private foundations, ORCS collaborates with Corporate and Foundation Relations to ensure proper coordination with other college projects.