Reunion Classes are eligible for two giving awards:
- The Board of Visitors Trophy goes to the class with the most dollars raised.
- The Hollerith-Ouverson Award recognizes the class with the highest percent participation in School giving.
Both awards will be presented during Saturday’s luncheon.
Last year, the reunion Class of 1962 won both awards with an impressive 68% participation rate and $36,497 raised. Let’s see what your class can do this year!
WHY SHOULD I GIVE TO NCS IN HONOR OF MY REUNION?
For 123 years, NCS has had a tradition and culture of philanthropy. In essence, this means that each generation of NCS alumnae supports the next generation of NCS students. Reunion classes—together with parents, friends, and other alumnae—lead the way in that support. Every gift matters, makes a difference, and is greatly appreciated.
HOW TO PARTICIPATE
NCS recognizes donors for their comprehensive giving each fiscal year. A monetary gift to the Annual Fund or endowment will count towards your class’s dollars raised and participation totals. The Annual Fund remains our top fundraising priority and accounts for 8% of NCS’s operating budget. In FY22 (July 1, 2021 – June 30, 2022), 723 alumnae gave over $760,000 to the Annual Fund.
for more information on our giving societies and ways to give.