Finding your passion through mission-based philanthropy

Philanthropy can have many forms—giving of time, talent or treasure (or a combination of all three)—however at its core, the definition of philanthropy is making life better for others. In The Soul of Money, Lynne Twist writes, “No matter how much or how little money you have flowing through your life, when you direct that […]

Alan Goldberg, B.Arch ’54

Alumni Spotlight: Alan Goldberg

Alan Goldberg, FAIA, BArch ′54, appreciates the well-rounded architectural education he received at Washington University. Goldberg made his first gift to WashU in 1978 and received a Distinguished Alumni Award from the architecture school in 2004. Through his scholarship giving to the Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts, he hopes to open up opportunities for the next generation of architecture students. He recently furthered his scholarship support with an estate bequest.