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Reunion Giving

Reunion Giving

Reunion Weekend is a special occasion to reunite with friends, network socially and professionally, explore new campus facilities, and reconnect with the University of Richmond. (And, the parties are fun!)

Reunion is also a meaningful opportunity to reflect on the foundation you received as a student, and to consider how you can support current and future Spiders.

Make Your Reunion GiftFind Your Reunion Year
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See how your class measures up

Join your fellow classmates in marking your milestone reunion by supporting Richmond.

The Greek Theatre.
50th Reunion GIfts
Celebrate your 50th Reunion by creating a legacy for current and future Spiders.
Boatwright Tower at sunset
Planned Gifts
Planned gifts to the University are counted in the donor’s 50th Reunion Class Gift.

Enhance Your Gift

Multi-Year Pledges

You can increase the impact of your reunion gift with a multi-year pledge. The total amount of your pledge for up to five years will be counted toward your class gift. Pledges from alumni spouses in different reunion years will count for both classes.

Recurring Gifts

A recurring gift is also a great way to divide a larger gift into manageable payments. You can set up a recurring credit card gift online or by contacting your class liaison. The full amount of your recurring gift for up to five years will be counted in your class gift. 

Matching Gifts

Many companies offer gift-matching programs that can double or even triple employees’ or retirees’ personal gifts to the University. To learn whether a company matches gifts and how to apply, contact your employer's HR department, email, or use our search tool.

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Reunion Giving Records

Reunion Class Dollars Class Participation
5th 1991 $221,954 2012 45%
10th 2005 $152,571 1999 34%
15th 1986 $1,046,253 1984 29%
20th 1985 $373,000 1987 37%
25th 1991 $1,005,326 1987 44%
30th 1986 $10,443,405 1987 43%
35th 1986 $8,534,923 1981 38%
40th 1968 $4,104,385 1952 43%
45th 1974 $1,768,222 1945 58%
50th 1971 $6,411,574 1944 73%