Publix Super Markets Charities (PSMC) has been in existence since 1967, one year before Warner was founded. The foundation was established by George W. Jenkins, the founder of Publix, to support and improve lives within the Publix communities. Today, Publix Super Markets are highly visible in communities throughout the Southeast including Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia.
Warner University has been the recipient of grant funds from Publix Super Markets Charities for over 35 years and would like to thank them for their recent 2022 gift towards the Royal Fund for Excellence. This allows our university to continue advancing and provides more scholarship opportunities to current and future students.
A quick stroll through our 300-acre campus will show you evidence of the support Publix Super Markets Charities has provided for Warner. Our most visible and highly trafficked area on campus is The Publix Super Markets Charities Classroom in the Pontious Learning Resource Center (PLRC) which holds classes from 8 a.m. well into the evening. Publix Super Markets Charities is also named on donor plaques found in the Rigel Student Center and PLRC.
Their generous support also aided in the development of the current men’s and women’s soccer fields. Most students benefit from the PSMC scholarship gifts through academic merit scholarships without which many students would not be able to afford to attend.
Warner would like to thank Publix Super Markets Charities for the significant support they continue to show toward our university and students. Local Publix supermarket stores have also assisted Warner on many occasions by donating food for various events.
We are incredibly grateful for Publix Super Markets Charities and their dedication to making lives better in our community.
Additional information can be found at https://publixcharities.org.
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