An organization for parents of Gonzaga alumni, Eagles' Wings sponsors activities that foster spiritual, intellectual, and social enrichment.
In addition, we provide a great opportunity to continue friendships, relive memories, and support the long tradition of excellence in Jesuit education. We invite you to explore the volunteer opportunities and social gatherings listed on this page—they can be a wonderful way to stay connected to the Gonzaga community long after your sons have graduated.
Marie Duellman President Eagles' Wings
How We Stay Connected
Below is a list of the types of events we organize. Please check the calendar at the bottom of this page for specifics on upcoming opportunities to get involved.
Several times a year, we organize opportunities to volunteer at local organizations such as the Washington Middle School for Girls and the DC Diaper Bank, which was founded by Corrine Cannon, daughter of Gonzaga English teacher Rick Cannon.
On the eve of the annual Gonzaga Mothers Club Gala, members of Eagles' Wings lend their hands by helping to finalize decorations. It’s always a fun and festive atmosphere—and a great way to support the great work of the GMC.
Eagles' Wings periodically organizes days to come together, reflect, hear from guest speakers, and pray. These mini-retreats are often held at Gonzaga, and are a powerful way to renew our hearts and minds for God’s work.
We love to get together to reconnect with old friends and meet new members of the Gonzaga community. These gatherings are usually marked by Mass and a social hour.
This year, the annual Eagles' Wings fundraiser features the 2017 White House Christmas ornament in honor of Franklin D. Roosevelt. Wouldn't this beautiful Eagle look perfect on your Christmas tree? Ornaments are $25 and can be purchased at monthly GMC meetings, Eagles' Wings events, at the Gonzaga Bookstore, or by clicking here. Please contact Suzanne Dowd with any questions.
Eagles' Wings Leadership
Marie Duellman, President Stacy Adagio, Co-Chair Suzanne Dowd, Co-Chair Alexa Goulding, Co-Chair