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The Gull Club is home for all Endicott Athletic fundraising. By joining the Gull Club, you provide Endicott student-athletes with additional resources that enable them to compete at the highest level possible! Annual gifts to the Gull Club give student-athletes the means to enhance their experience and ensure distinction on and off the field. Your contribution makes their success possible.

Becoming a member is easy. Many different membership opportunities are offered, and all come with exciting member benefits. Gifts can be designated to a specific team or to the general Gull Club fund to help areas most in need. All gifts are tax-deductible, as according to law*.  The Gull Club helps to generate funds which provide the best in equipment, facilities, staffing, academic support, travel, and recruiting services. Thank you for your support of Endicott Athletics!

*Gifts made to the Endicott Gull Club are considered gifts to Endicott College and are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the federal and state law. While gifts are tax-deductible, the IRS requires that you reduce the tax deductibility of your gift by the fair market value of any benefits that you receive from your membership to the Gull Club. You may decline the benefits offered and maintain the full tax deduction for your gift.

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News

Celebrating 25 Years Of Endicott Athletics | Alumni Spotlight: Patrick Douglas '02

BEVERLY, Mass. – During the entire 2018-19 academic year, the Endicott Athletics & Recreation Department will celebrate 25 years of men's and women's athletics at the NCAA Division III level. This landmark achievement will be commemorated throughout the year via special events, alumni spotlights, giveaways, and much more. For our sixth installment of our alumni feature, www.ecgulls.com reconnected with former cross country student-athlete, Patrick Douglas '02. Here's what Patrick said about his time at The Nest.

Celebrating 25 Years Of Endicott Athletics | Alumni Spotlight: Jason Ebacher '96

BEVERLY, Mass. – During the entire 2018-19 academic year, the Endicott Athletics & Recreation Department will celebrate 25 years of men's and women's athletics at the NCAA Division III level. This landmark achievement will be commemorated throughout the year via special events, alumni spotlights, giveaways, and much more. For our fifth installment of our alumni feature, www.ecgulls.com reconnected with Endicott men's basketball Hall of Famer Jason Ebacher '96. Here's what Jason said about his time at The Nest.

Celebrating 25 Years Of Endicott Athletics | Alumni Spotlight: Heidi Stevens Fazzina '00 & David Fazzina '98

BEVERLY, Mass. – During the entire 2018-19 academic year, the Endicott Athletics & Recreation Department will celebrate 25 years of men's and women's athletics at the NCAA Division III level. This landmark achievement will be commemorated throughout the year via special events, alumni spotlights, giveaways, and much more. For our fourth installment of our alumni feature, www.ecgulls.com reconnected with former basketball, field hockey, and softball student-athlete Heidi Stevens Fazzina '00 and former baseball student-athlete David Fazzina '98. Here's what Heidi and David said about their time at The Nest.

Celebrating 25 Years Of Endicott Athletics | Alumni Spotlight: Deana Ward '01

BEVERLY, Mass. – During the entire 2018-19 academic year, the Endicott Athletics & Recreation Department will celebrate 25 years of men's and women's athletics at the NCAA Division III level. This landmark achievement will be commemorated throughout the year via special events, alumni spotlights, giveaways, and much more. For our third installment of our alumni feature, www.ecgulls.com reconnected with former field hockey/women's lacrosse student-athlete Deana Ward '01 to highlight her experiences as a Gull. Here's what Ward said about her time at The Nest.

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Staff

Athletic Giving Staff

Kelsey O'Keefe '19

Assistant Director, Athletic Giving

Phone: 978-232-2019

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