The 2022 class reunion campaigns have wrapped up, and we’ve tallied the results!
Class of 1967: 345 donors, $10.9 million
Class of 1962: 258 donors, $3.6 million
Class of 1957: 184 donors, $7.4 million
Class of 1952: 70 donors, $1.7 million
See the full details of campaign results by class below.
We can’t thank you enough for your generosity and commitment. Your gift is supporting those who are learning, researching, and helping Stanford drive positive change in the world.
And a special thank you to all the reunion campaign committee volunteers:
1962 Committee Volunteers
Planned Gifts Chair
Mary Ann Peoples
1967 Committee Volunteers
Planned Gifts Chair
Leslie Collins Cline
Jane De Briyn
Anne Hislop Jensen
Class Honor Roll
Find your name on your class honor roll.
Reunion campaign results
On behalf of Stanford and the class giving team we gratefully acknowledge alumni who have made a gift or pledge to Stanford in honor of reunion.
These figures include gifts and pledges made between January 1, 2022, and December 31, 2022, as well as some extraordinary gifts given in support of reunion outside the calendar year.
Class of 1967
$877,530 gifts to The Stanford Fund
Class of 1962
$416,027 gifts to The Stanford Fund
Class of 1957
$155,104 gifts to The Stanford Fund
Class of 1952
$451,276 gifts to The Stanford Fund
We also acknowledge and thank those classmates who are members of the Founding Grant Society because they have included a future gift to Stanford in their estate plans. These future gifts have been arranged through bequests, charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, and other forms of deferred gifts. You can find your name on the Founding Grant Society roll.
If you don’t see your name on the list, have included Stanford in your estate plan but not yet let us know, and/or believe you should be included as a member because of a future gift in your estate plans, please contact the Office of Planned Giving.
Why I gave
My love for Stanford has never diminished—the experiences I had as an undergraduate were some of the most amazing of my life. I support Stanford so that students following in my footsteps will have the resources they need to benefit from a world-class education, just as I did.
Roger Sullivan, ’67
I volunteer and send annual gifts, not because of what I think Stanford expects from me as an alum. I give because of what Stanford means to me. Darn near every step of the way, Stanford paved a path for all of us. It just feels good, and right, to acknowledge that, even in modest ways.
Robert Sayler, ’62