The College of Menominee Nation is committed to being a responsible and respectful steward of your gift.
Staff members work to assure that every gift is properly recorded to reflect the intention of the donor
and that resources provided to the College are used for the purpose you designate.
When you make a gift to CMN, you will receive a formal and timely written acknowledgment for your records.
In accordance with professional standards and the customs of the College, your gift may also be publicly recognized.
By default, you will be recognized as the donor, but you may request that the gift be identified as “in honor of” or “in memory of” another person. A corporate name may be identified in place of a personal name. If you request it, you may remain anonymous.
Truly significant contributions may be recognized with the naming of a room, facility, collection, program or service. Since naming rights imply the linking of a name with the College in perpetuity, CMN will take great care in working with you to assure that your best interests and those of the College are both served.
Naming opportunities may also be realized through the establishment of a scholarship, special fund or other vehicle that will honor an individual, family or organization.
The Advancement Office of the College can explain naming opportunity options that will meet your goals.
CMN is committed to ethical practices.
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