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Recent Grads: Giving Back to Pave the Way

Your connection to Stanford doesn’t end at graduation. As a recent grad, you have a unique perspective—and an important role to play in ensuring the experiences you had as a student are there for current and future undergrads.

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Ways to get involved

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Reconnect to the Farm in meaningful and surprising ways. Engage with students, talk with campus leaders, organize events, drive reunion campaigns, and network with alumni from all years and classes.

Contact Daniela Egan at

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Share your ideas

Tell us your ideas for change, innovation, or collaboration. Your perspective is unique, and we want to hear from you.

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Support what matters to you

Gifts through The Stanford Fund are used in the same year they’re given and are dedicated entirely to the undergrad experience. That makes The Stanford Fund different from any other giving opportunity across the university.

Why I give

Stanford afforded me so many amazing opportunities while I was a student, but what really made it special were the people I met from all walks of life and the lifelong friendships that were cultivated on the Farm. I give because I think it’s important that other students from diverse backgrounds have those same opportunities that continue to make the Stanford experience so special.

Kaela Farrise, ’14

See your impact

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The importance of giving

Recent graduates are recognized for leadership gifts through The Stanford Fund on a sliding scale based on the number of years since you graduated.

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Why does Stanford need your support?

Stanford’s endowment doesn’t cover all of the university’s budget, and most of those funds are restricted. The Stanford Fund bridges the gap to meet the financial needs of U.S. undergraduates.

Meet the team

Daniela Egan

Associate Director, Young Alumni and Student Development

I can help you … with questions about TSF’s Young Alumni Philanthropy Council, staying connected with Stanford, or giving back through The Stanford Fund.


Emma Kirby

Assistant Director, Recent Graduate Giving (5th Reunion)

I can help you … find meaningful ways to participate in the Stanford Fund if you have graduated in the past five years, can connect you to volunteer opportunities in class giving and the Young Alumni Philanthropy Council, and can answer any questions about the 5th reunion campaign.

Ready to make a gift?

Supporting students, fueling groundbreaking research, advancing solutions to societal challenges—your gifts to Stanford drive positive change in the world.