If you have made your gift — THANK YOU! If you are on record with your pledge — THANK YOU! If you are planning on making a gift or pledge, wonderful — DO IT TODAY! Your gift and your participation support the students of today and the Sweet Briar we know and love.
Keri Falk ’11 and Natalie Pye ’07
Young Alumnae Giving Co-Chairs
The Young Alumnae Giving program encompasses classes within the first 10 years of graduation (excluding Reunion classes) and calls on them to build on their connection to the College and one another by giving annually to the Sweet Briar Annual Fund.
It is a time-honored tradition. Recent graduates join the exclusive ranks of Sweet Briar Alumnae. They enjoy the benefits of membership to this vast network of those who have gone before them, and they are the connective bridge to future graduates. It is about class unity. It is about women supporting women through philanthropy and volunteering. It is about the Sweet Briar Promise from one alumna to another, to yet another.
Young Alumnae’s giving makes a difference, and last year they contributed $29,104 to the
Young Alumnae Gift Recognition Societies
Bell Tower SocietyRecognizes those in their first through 10th years post graduation for leadership giving to the Annual Fund
- 1st-5th year with a gift of $250 to the Annual Fund
- 6th-10th year with a gift of $500 to the Annual Fund
Click here to see who is in the Bell Tower Society for 2013-2014 (July 1-December 31, 2013).
Pink Rose Society
Pink Rose Society Recognizes consistent giving of 10 or more years for alumnae 10-24 years post graduation
Click here to see who is in the Pink Rose Society for 2013-2014 (July 1-December 31, 2013).
Thank you to all the Young Alumnae who have supported Sweet Briar College through the Annual Fund. Your participation every year makes an immediate impact.
Click here to see who among young alumnae was a donor in the 2012-2013 fiscal year (July 1-Dec. 31, 2013).
For more information, or if you want to get involved,contact Katie Jo Hamre ’12 (1st-4th years post-graduation) or Stacey Kerr ’12 (6th-9th years post-graduation).