Where to Give

Donate to a cause that is meaningful to you.

Donate to the Concordia Fund which addresses the most pressing needs on campus, or give to the school or program that impacted you. Support Eagle Athletics and spur athletes to even greater achievements in competition and the classroom. Give to the Arts and steward the legacy of worship and the future of artistic mediums.

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The Concordia Fund

By giving to a University, you are supporting the emerging generations that shape our future. Their hearts and minds are immeasurable resources containing infinite possibilities for learning, service, and leadership.

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Schools & Other Areas

Support the School, program, or academic center that means the most to you. From Science, Technology, and Math to the Arts, our students pursue a spectrum of interests and graduate prepared to make a difference.

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Eagle Athletics

As a member of NCAA Division II, we are competing in the Pac West Conference with determination and excellence. Resource our student-athletes to thrive in their roles as competitors and classmates.

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The Arts

The Arts are at the heart of our university. Patrons of our Music, Theatre, Visual Arts, and Dance programs help sponsor student scholarships, purchase instruments and equipment, and fund improved learning facilities for our artists and performers.

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Unique Initiatives

Give directly to specific areas, like our Giving Day, timely goals, and student-led efforts. Make a direct impact on a cause that has an immediate need.

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Give Where Your Passion Is

Learn how donors found a way to commit to their passion and share their heart with the Concordia community.

  • Bill and Audrey Dahlgren

    A Passion for Lutheran Education

    Bill and Audrey Dahlgren

    God was so good to me,” Bill says. “In my early days I wasn’t able to give service to the church like I wanted, and I didn’t have money to do it, either. Now it’s payback time for me. I can do more things for the church that I couldn’t afford to or had no time to do earlier.

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  • Chris ’04 and Katherine Pond ’05

    A Passion for Engaging Alumni & Students, and Women in the Workplace

    Chris ’04 and Katherine Pond ’05, CUI Alumni & Donors

    Katherine and Chris work actively to prepare and connect students with job opportunities by asking CUI professors for recommendations of graduating students and paving the way for interviews at their companies. The result is that CUI students are in demand.

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  • Phyllis Talmage

    A Passion for Athletics

    Phyllis Talmage

    When you know there is something that really is needed, you become personally involved and that’s gratifying.” Phyllis was an athlete herself, in the 1940s. “I’ve always been interested in athletics, she says.

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  • Caryn and Michael Borland

    A Passion for Music

    Caryn and Michael Borland, Christ College Irvine, 1985

    When the Borlands heard about the need for support of a building designed to significantly improve the quality of experience music and theology students have at CUI, they were eager to help.

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  • Elayne Lohr

    A Passion for Student Scholarships

    Elayne and Paul Lohr

    Getting young people educated to go into various forms of ministry...was near and dear to Mom and Dad’s heart,” says their son Stuart. “One thing that provided them a lot of joy is when they financially supported a student, then went down and met the student on campus.

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  • Kelly and Cheryl Keithly

    A Passion for the Gospel

    Kelly and Cheryl Keithly

    Anything invested in the lives of students at Concordia is going to be blessed manifold over the generations as these students go out and use what they’ve been taught, whether in church work, school, business, medicine, engineering, whatever. They’re not just learning academics, they are learning a way of life.

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