Skip to Main Content

Reunion Giving: Paying it forward

Your reunion is a time to reconnect with classmates and reflect on the many unparalleled experiences your Yale School of Medicine education has afforded you. Traditionally, reunion-year alumni make a special “stretch” commitment above and beyond ongoing annual support to make a substantial impact on the school in honor of their milestone celebration.

What counts as a reunion gift?

New gifts and pledges made to most areas of the university since your last reunion count toward your class reunion gift total. Alumni Fund gifts, Dorothy Horstmann scholarships, and capital gifts all count, as do gifts to Yale College and the graduate or professional schools’ annual funds. Gifts from widows or widowers and friends of your class also count toward the reunion total. Commitments must be made by June 30th of the reunion year to be recognized in the reunion gift total, although pledges can be paid over a multi-year period.

And remember, all gifts to the For Humanity campaign count toward your reunion gift.

To learn more about Reunion Giving, please contact: