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If you're a Stanford student, chances are The Stanford Fund for Undergraduate Education has contributed to your experience—and you can play an important part in its success.
(If you are a graduate student, you may wish to visit your school's website for information about giving to Stanford.)
It's a Stanford tradition. Seniors give because they know they benefited from the generosity of those who came before, and they want to celebrate all that Stanford has meant to them. Find out more about the Senior Gift.
The Stanford Fund Partnership Program lets student organizations earn funds to finance their groups' activities. Learn more about the Partnership Program.
Consider joining the Senior Class Gift Committee—a group of seniors who champion the Senior Gift, organizing activities and advertising, and celebrating our accomplishments. Last year's committee was fun, low commitment, and very successful. We urge you to show your appreciation for an incredible Stanford experience by helping your fellow students continue this important tradition of philanthropic giving. Please contact Nora Martin, '12, Assistant Director of Student and Young Alumni Development.
The Stanford Fund offers special recognition to leadership donors of all ages, with giving levels that scale along with the number of years from graduation. Recognition levels for students are:
|President's Fund||$1,000 or more|
|Leadership Circle||$100 to $999|
Students who give at these levels receive the same recognition and thanks as their older counterparts (see Leadership Giving for more information). In addition to setting an example for your classmates, leadership giving can provide opportunities to network with leaders from other classes and take a more active role in Stanford's philanthropic community.