Donor Recognition Societies
The University of Pittsburgh at Bradford has several new leadership and annual giving societies. These giving societies reflect the pride, places, and individuals who directly influenced the history of Pitt-Bradford over the past 55 years. These societies recognize annual gifts made to the University each fiscal year from July 1 through June 30. The President’s Circle and the Annual Fund Clubs will reflect total giving from fiscal year 2019.
$25,000 1963 Society
$10,000 Swarts Society
$5,000 McDowell Society
$2,500 Alexander Society
$1,000 Clock Tower Society
Benefits include an invitation to the annual Leadership Donor and Founders’ Society Reception, recognition in the Honor Roll of Donors, and invitations to exclusive campus events.
Annual Fund Clubs
$500 Panther Pride Club
$300 Blue and Gold Club
$100 Hanley Club
Benefits include recognition in the Honor Roll of Donors and invitations to campus events.
Young Alumni Circle - An exclusive circle for undergraduates of the past 10 years who annually support their alma mater. Benefits include an invitation to a special event during Alumni and Family Weekend and recognition in the Honor Roll of Donors. The Young Alumni Circle will be launched in fiscal year 2020.
Loyalty Society – The Loyalty Society recognizes donors who have made gifts each fiscal year for a total of five consecutive years or more. Benefits include recognition in the Honor Roll of Donors and special recognition at significant years of giving. The Loyalty Society will be launched in fiscal year 2020.
Founders’ Society – The Founders’ Society recognizes alumni, faculty, staff, and friends who have made a commitment to the college through a planned gift to the college foundation, the Bradford Educational Foundation. Benefits include a certificate of membership, an invitation to the annual Leadership Donor and Founders’ Society Reception and recognition in the Honor Roll of Donors.
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