Point to the Knight to see the Class of 2015's progress!
As we look forward to our experiences beyond Neumann University, it is also important to remember what the University has meant and done for us.
This is why participating in the Class Campaign is an important part of your journey from student to alumni.
The Class Campaign is rich in tradition. It started when the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia raised funds to build our Lady of Angels College. Now, each graduating class campaign committee reaches out to fellow classmates to raise awareness about the importance of giving back to Neumann. The funds raised will be presented at Graduation Rehearsal and then a project will be chosen on campus that will represent the Class of 2015.
It’s so easy to get involved and make a difference.
You can support the Class of 2015 Class Campaign
by making a gift of ANY AMOUNT you feel
1. Make a gift of $50 and you will receive a Philanthropy Cord for Commencement!
2. Make a gift of $20.15 and you will receive a surprise thank you gift on behalf of the committee!
Make your gift online today by clicking HERE.
As special thanks for giving to the Class of 2015 Class Campaign Fund, you will earn the following:
|1.||Get an exclusive commemorative gift for your gift or pledge of at least $20.15.|
|2.||Earn a Philanthropy Cord for your gift of $50.00 or more|
|3.||Your name will be listed and recognized as a donor in the Graduation Book.|
|4.||Your name will be listed on our website under the Class Campaign Honor Roll of Donors.|
|5.||Your name will be listed in the President’s Annual Report.|
Be on the lookout for recruitment emails, messages and posters from your committee!
If you have any questions or are interested in joining the class committee, please contact the Office of Institutional Advancement and University Relations at 610-358-4252 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Class of 2014 presented a check for $9270.26 to Dr. Mirenda.
Out of more than 616 graduates, 180 participated.
Can the Class of 2015 top that?