We are excited and proud to share that the outcome of your extended 2020 class reunion campaigns which fueled more than $279 million in gifts and pledges. What isn’t captured in the dollar amount is the true impact of your gifts. Your investments will pay dividends in the lives of students, in groundbreaking research and solutions, and in the people and programs working to address the world’s most pressing challenges.
This incredible success represents some of the early commitments to the Stanford Vision and your dedication to the Stanford community. 2020 reunion classes supported IDEAL, School of Sustainability, undergraduate education, endowed scholarships, Stanford Impact Labs, Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI), Athletics, Freeman Spogli Institute (FSI), and of course, The Stanford Fund.
We want to extend our deepest appreciation for helping make your class campaigns a success. To all the committee members, volunteers, and alumni who gave from the heart—thank you.
2020 reunion campaign honor roll
2020 Reunion Campaign highlights
Gifts through The Stanford Fund
Added to class honor rolls
Class highlight: 1975
Class of 1975 raised an astounding $53,213,698, including $1,955,535 for The Stanford Fund for Undergraduate Education. The class set two new 45th reunion campaign records: breaking the overall dollar record previously held by the Class of 1965, and The Stanford Fund record previously held by the Class of 1959.
These figures include gifts and pledges made between January 1, 2020, and December 31, 2021, as well as some extraordinary gifts given in support of reunion outside the calendar year. We also acknowledge those classmates who are members of the Founding Grant Society through bequests, charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, and other forms of deferred and estate gifts.
2020 results by class
Items in red are all-time reunion records as of Dec. 31, 2020
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Why you gave in 2020
“Many of my fondest and most rewarding experiences occurred at Stanford. My time there was truly transformative and continues to pay dividends. I’m excited about playing a small role to pay some of that forward.”
Chinedum Ottih, ’10
10th reunion campaign co-chair
“Stanford truly made an impact on my life. While there, I learned how to think and seek out opportunity, and gained an everlasting and growing community of friends. Whatever small role I can play in supporting Stanford is time well spent.”
Christina Reid Dickerson, ’85
35th reunion campaign co-chair
“I came to Stanford as a bewildered 18-year-old with no inkling of what lay ahead. Stanford was transformative in shaping the arc of my life’s journey. I volunteer and give back with gratitude, and pay it forward with hope for those who are yet to come.”
James Higa, ’80
40th reunion campaign co-chair