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Class of 1966 Endowment Fund

 

This Class of 1966 Endowment Fund is used for awarding one scholarship each to two or more students, at least one male and at least one female, each year. The students must be juniors or seniors and must have GPA of 3.0 or higher. The students are selected by the Office of Financial Aids.

 

The amount available for scholarships each year is stated in the Gift Agreement between us and the University. The Agreement states that "a percentage, determined by the Board of Trustees, of the Fund's average market value for the three preceding years shall be distributed for awards. Any portion of the Fund's annual investment earnings that is not distributed for awards shall be reinvested to increase the Fund's market value".

 

There are two ways you can donate to the fund. One way is by giving in person at the University or mailing a check to the Office of Development. Make your check payable to "Gallaudet University" and write "Class of 1966 Endowment Fund" on the For or Memo line (bottom left corner) of your check. Mail your check to


Gallaudet University

Office of Development

800 Florida Avenue, NE

Washington, DC 20002-3695


The other way is by using a credit card at  our own giving website that Gallaudet has set up for us. To make a donation online,  click here to access the website.

 

Your contribution to the Endowment Fund is tax deductible.

Class Funds

 

50th Reunion Fund

 

The 50th Reunion Fund is used to pay for reunion expenses not paid by the alumni office, such as group meals, memorabilia, etc..

 

If you would like to donate to the fund, please make your check payable to Rae Johnson and  use the Comment section to ask for her mailing address . We cannot give the mailing address on this website to protect Rae's privacy. Please write "50th Reunion Fund" on the For or Memo line (bottom left corner) of your check.

 

Please note: Your contribution to the reunion fund is not tax deductible.