“We have a lot of work to do”
Men are contributing more cash, and the school wants women to step up. To pay their fair share, if you will.
The Daily Caller reports:
Dartmouth Wants To Fix Gender Gap In Its Donations
Dartmouth College wants to fix the gender gap in donations, according to a Thursday report.
Men currently give Dartmouth 2.5 times more money than women, a figure which has decreased from a factor of 4.7 since the 2014 establishment of the Centennial Circle — a female alumni group that has contributed at least $100,000 to Dartmouth’s financial aid program — The Dartmouth reported. But the school wishes to even the donation gender gap even further.
“We have a lot of work to do, but we’re seeing that women are giving at all levels, not just $100,000,” Centennial Circle director Mindi Laine told The Dartmouth.
Laine noted men, but not women, were receptive to fundraising tactics that turned donating into a competition between various Dartmouth class years. Laine now aims to bolster female donations by having women encourage each other to donate.
Donations tax deductible
to the full extent allowed by law.