After reflecting on his experience at Loyola and the rigorous Jesuit education that prepared him for success, Gordon Erberts, ’49, was inspired to make a $1.5 million gift to the University through his will provisions.
“The Jesuits are darn good teachers,” Gordon says. “They did a good job with me, and I want to pass that on to today’s young people to give them a head start on life.”
His gift benefits Campus Ministry initiatives. Through endowed funds, Gordon will support students attending retreats and other programs that promote Loyola’s Catholic, Jesuit nature. In addition, Gordon’s gift benefits mission integration efforts to help faculty incorporate Ignatian ideals into academic lessons and support faculty, students, and staff as they explore questions of faith and spirituality.
Gordon’s gift supports Loyola’s ongoing Bright Minds, Bold Hearts comprehensive campaign to raise $100 million to grow the University’s endowment, scholarship funds, faculty positions, and Messina, Loyola’s living learning program for first-year students.
Discover the Benefits of Planned Giving
Did you know there are creative ways to support Loyola University Maryland?
With thoughtful planning, you can give back to your alma mater and still provide for your loved ones.
To learn how you can include a bequest to Loyola University Maryland in your will or trust—and to explore where the impact of your philanthropic efforts can make a difference in the lives of future Loyola students—contact Jane Moore, ’83, director of planned giving, at email@example.com or call toll free 1-888-816-8480.