Supporting students, fueling groundbreaking research, advancing solutions to societal challenges—there are many ways to honor our 25th reunion year!
Any gift or pledge you make from January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021, counts toward our campaign and adds your name to the Class of 1996 online honor rolls.
Reunion giving has never been more important, and our campaign plays an integral, critical role in supporting top university priorities.
Gifts made through The Stanford Fund provide financial aid, strengthen academic programs, and support student-run organizations that enrich campus life. Equally as important, multiyear pledges and gifts of scholarship work to sustain Stanford’s promise of need-blind admissions, opening doors for deserving students.
However you contribute, together we will make a real difference.
Help us reach our goals by volunteering with our campaign committee—just a few hours of your time makes a big impact. For more information about our campaign, please contact our reunion campaign team.
Make a gift or pledge today
Gifts through The Stanford Fund support areas where they’re needed most—whether financial aid, academics, or student life. Your class will make a real difference for today’s students.
How to make a gift
Make a secure gift online today to the areas of the university that are meaningful to you.
All gifts and pledges made from January 1, 2020 through December 31, 2021, will count directly toward your class reunion campaign.
Mail your gift
Make checks payable to “Stanford University.”
Please include a note telling us how you’d like your gift to be used, i.e. designated for The Stanford Fund.
Mail your check to:
Stanford University Development Services
P.O. Box 20466
Stanford, CA 94309-0466
Make a pledge
Reunion commitments often take the form of multiyear pledges, typically over a five-year period. The entire amount of the pledge counts toward your class’ reunion giving total.
Why I give
Stanford changed the trajectory of my life. Most of the beautiful things in my life today derived from Stanford (including my husband). I am grateful for my experience, and I am squeezing all of the moisture out of time to make sure that future generations receive every bit of what I received from this incredible institution.
Regina Wallace-Jones, ’96