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Changing Lives Scholarship Dinner

Swan Lake Resort, P5203 Plymouth Laporte Trail, Plymouth, IN 46563

Reception: 5:30 p.m.

Dinner: 6:30 p.m. 

Celebrating

As we begin our second year as Marian University's Ancilla College, we are elated to gather in support of student scholarships and leadership.

It is with these scholarships that we can fulfill our commitment to service and transformation. For the students who benefit from these scholarships will develop professionally, personally, and spiritually, and will positively impact our community as they enter the workforce. Their talents will spur economic, social, and cultural growth in northern Indiana like our mission dictates. 

We are especially grateful for the support of our donors because without them we would have no scholarships to celebrate. You are unequivocally impactful to the success of Marian University's Ancilla College. 

Joseph-Heidt

Joseph Heidt

In February 2021, Joseph Heidt began his new role as the chancellor of Marian University's Ancilla College, where he is the senior administrator responsible for leading, guiding, and mentoring staff, faculty, and students while providing direction of the campus, including its intercollegiate athletics and extracurricular programs. Heidt will also work with the Marian University provost in leading, planning, and implementing strong programs of excellence across the college. He will focus on enrollment growth, financial strength, and further build partnerships with the greater community in Donaldson, Indiana, and surrounding counties.

Todd Zeltwanger

Honoring Todd Zeltwanger

Todd Zeltwanger has served as the Director of Fund Development for Cultivate Food Rescue for the past three years. Prior to coming to Cultivate, he had served as the Vice President for Development at Ancilla College for 10.5 years. During this time, Todd was instrumental in creating and deepening relationships with the many stakeholders of the college. He remains engaged with Marian University's Ancilla College. He is a graduate of Purdue University and has worked in a variety of sales and fundraising positions in his career. Todd lives in Bremen with his wife of 34 years, Marty, and together they have four children and three grandchildren.

Individual Ticket: $100
Ancilla College Alumni Ticket: $75

SPONSORSHIP LEVELS

Presenting Sponsor - $50,000

Hardesty Memorial Fund

    Dinner Sponsor - $25,000

    • Name on event: Changing Lives Scholarship Dinner presented by (company name)
    • Recognition on podium, in printed event program, Ancilla College's website, and on digital signage
    • Two tables of eight guests and premiere table placement
    • Complimentary foursome at MUAC Annual Golf Classic for 2023 and sponsor recognition

    Reception Sponsor - $15,000

    • Recognition in printed event program, menu card, website, and all event assets
    • Two tables including two Marian University's Ancilla College students*
    • Recognition at Marian University's Ancilla College golf outing
    • Complimentary foursome at Ancilla College of Marian University golf outing
    • Social media recognition

    Dessert Sponsor - $10,000

    • Recognition in printed event program
    • Recognition in dinner menu card
    • Two tables including two Marian University's Ancilla College students*
    • Complimentary foursome at Marian University's Ancilla College golf outing
    • Social media recognition

    Video Sponsor - $10,000

    Gurley Leep Transparent in Color

    Giveaway Sponsor - $10,000

    1st Source Bank

    Degree Sponsor - $5,000

    PHJC logo

    Cap and Gown Sponsor - $2,500

    • Recognition in printed event program
    • One table including one Marian University's Ancilla College student*

    Table Sponsor - $1,500

    • One table at Changing Lives Dinner

     

    * Tables accommodate 8 guests total

    To secure your sponsorship, contact Nick Torres, at (317) 955.6614 or ntorres@marian.edu, or visit marian.edu/givetoancilla

    Committee Members

    • Brad Serf, Chair
    • Bill Davis
    • Amanda Morris-Feldman
    • Gary Neidig
    • Regina Emberton
    • Stan Blenke

    Thank you for an amazing evening supporting Marian University's Ancilla College students! 

    Thank you to our sponsors, including:

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    On July 1, 2021, Marian University has officially opened a new location on the former campus of Ancilla College in Plymouth, Indiana. In recognition of the shared missions and solely to honor the history of Ancilla College, the new location is named Marian University's Ancilla College.

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