REUNION CLASS GIFT CAMPAIGNS
Every reunion class has its own, special class-specific gift campaign, which runs from January 1 through December 31. However, due to Reunion being moved until June 2021, Reunion Giving has been extended until June 30, 2021. Any gift made by reunion alumni—to any school or program at the University of Rochester—also counts toward the class campaign, while making a significant impact wherever the gift is invested. For convenience, your pledge can be made during your reunion year and paid in multiple installments after the class campaign is completed.
There are many ways you can make a gift that will ensure tremendous impact both at the University and within your class campaign. Learn more.
REUNION GIVING OPPORTUNITIES
Donors who make an annual fund gift of any amount for two or more consecutive years become members of our Rochester Loyal giving society.
George Eastman Circle
In honor of your Reunion this year, the University of Rochester invites you to become a member of the George Eastman Circle, the University's leadership annual giving society. George Eastman Circle members are University leaders whose critical Annual Fund gifts provide resources that will make an immediate impact.
Annual Giving Society
Our Annual Giving Society recognizes donors who support the School of Medicine and Dentistry with an annual gift of $1,500 or more. In recognition of your support at this level, you and a guest will be invited to the School of Medicine and Dentistry’s signature dinner and alumni awards presentation held every October as part of the University's Meliora Weekend. This giving society is in the process of being renamed.
A planned gift to the University of Rochester is one of the easiest ways to make the greatest and longest-lasting impact on the programs you care most about, while supporting the University’s mission. Including the University in your will, known as a bequest, qualifies you to become a member of the Wilson Society and ensures the areas you care most about continue to thrive at the University well beyond your lifetime.