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Reunion Giving

The Reunion Giving program is a friendly competition between classes. Alumnae from 18 to 101 years old find their HB experience worth honoring and celebrating with gifts to the Annual Fund.

The Reunion Giving program increases class participation in honor of the reunion milestone, while simultaneously increasing support for the Annual Fund. Alumnae volunteers from each reunion class engage their classmates in making a gift to HB. 

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Class Awards

The following awards are presented during Alumnae Weekend based on reunion giving results. To be eligible, gifts must be received prior to reunion weekend. 

The Jane Geckler Seelbach Driver ’39 Champagne Cup

The class with the highest percentage of Annual Fund participation is served champagne at a special presentation during the Alumnae Weekend luncheon. 

HB Alumnae Association Past Presidents' Bowl

The class gifting the most money to the Annual Fund is presented this prestigious bowl honoring past Alumnae Council presidents. 

Young Alumnae Participation Award 

The Young Alumnae Participation Award recognizes the class, up to 15 years from graduation, with the highest class participation. 

Giving Societies

1876 Leadership Society 

Century Circle $20,000+ 
Chair's Circle $10,000 - $19,999
Head's Circle $5,000 - $9,999
Dean's Circle $2,500 - $4,999

Lamplighter Society

Director $1,000 - $2,499
Benefactor $500 - $999
Patron $250 - $499
Centurion $100 - $249 

Brown & Gold Society

Young alumnae donors up to 15 years after graduation

Trailblazer Society

Monthly giving program

Mary E. Raymond Legacy Giving Society

Donors who include HB in their estate plans Learn More

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