Benefit Dinner

Jun 29, 2017

The 52nd Annual Benefit Dinner, held Dec. 2, grossed almost $1.7 million. Peyton Manning, retired quarterback of the Indianapolis Colts and Denver Broncos, spoke and was part of a question-and-answer session conducted by President Joe Wiley. A group of alumni and students, The Pride of FHU, performed at the beginning of the program under the direction of alumna Peggy Weaver.

 

 

Benefit Dinner

Jun 22, 2016
Alumnus and media personality Steve Bowers interviewed Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly at the Annual Benefit Dinner Dec. 4, 2015. Declaring himself profoundly grateful for what God has done in his life, Brantly said, “I wish every day I woke up with the reality of thinking, ‘I’m alive because God loves me.’” Although referring to the strain of being in the public eye, Brantly added, “I never get tired of recounting what God has done in my life. I’m alive, and God expects something from me.” For the 15th consecutive year, the dinner raised in excess of $1 million for scholarships at FHU.

Your Legacy: His Glory

Feb 04, 2016
From our students to faculty and staff to alumni and donors, we’re thankful for the examples of giving we see each day. Because you give, Freed-Hardeman remains a shining light in a dark world. We are 72,254 strong – students, alumni and friends of Freed-Hardeman University – side-by-side, giving time, talents and treasure. Thank you for allowing your legacy to reflect His glory.

Dr. Kent Brantly at FHU

Jan 28, 2016
Dr. Kent Brantly, the speaker at Freed-Hardeman University’s 51st Benefit Dinner, recorded a message to encourage FHU students to be grounded in Christ, learning to love the Lord their God with all their heart, soul, mind and strength and to love their neighbors as themselves.

Dr. Kent Brantly to Speak at Benefit Dinner

Jul 16, 2015
Interest is high for the 51st annual benefit dinner Dec. 4. People are eager to hear Dr. Kent Brantly, medical missionary and Ebola survivor, tell his story of faith and survival. Ticket sales and sponsorships are keeping pace with those of last year, according to Dave Clouse, vice president of university advancement.