Reunion giving


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Your Reunion is a time to reflect on the many unparalleled experiences your Harvard Medical School education has afforded you. Many alumni stretch their normal giving, or give for the first time, in order to enable their class to present a gift that will make a substantial impact on HMS and its students.

Alumni Fund

Celebrate your Reunion with a special gift to the Alumni Fund. Your Reunion gift, regardless of the amount, makes an immediate impact at the School and counts toward your class's Reunion Gift.
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Dean's Council

Join the Dean's Council, our leadership annual giving society in honor of your Reunion. Your gift of $2,000 or more will qualify you for membership; alumni who have graduated within the last nine years can join as a Society Fellow with a contribution of $100 or more for each year since graduation.
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To learn more about the Alumni Fund or Dean's Council, please contact:

Susan Rice
Senior Director, Alumni Engagement
(617) 384-8635

Bequest Giving: A Way to Give Back for the 50th Reunion and Beyond

Estate gifts help to ensure that HMS has a strong financial foundation into the future. If you are celebrating your 50th Reunion or beyond, by making a bequest commitment through your will, personal trust, or retirement plan you can receive Reunion credit. In addition to the bequest, an outright gift of at least $5,000 is requested to aid current students.
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Charitable Remainder Trust: Reunion Credit of $100,000

A Harvard-managed charitable remainder trust is an excellent way to generate variable lifetime income for you and another person you name. You will qualify for a charitable income tax deduction for a portion of the value of your gift. The minimum funding level is $150,000.
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Charitable Gift Annuity: Reunion credit of $25,000

A charitable gift annuity provides a guaranteed fixed income for life for you and one other, if you wish. The annuity payment made to you is based on the age(s) of the beneficiaries. Income from the annuity is backed by the assets of Harvard University, and can be established with a minimum gift of $25,000.
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To learn more about bequests, charitable remainder trusts, or charitable gift annuities, please contact:

Karen S. Turpin
Senior Director of Gift Planning
(617) 384-8449 or (800) 922-1782


Joseph B. Martin

Conference Chair

Joseph B. Martin Conference CenterName a chair in the amphitheater of the Joseph B. Martin Conference Center in honor of a classmate, faculty member, spouse, or your family.

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