Reunion is a time when we celebrate our Kenyon friendships and the Kenyon experience. We return to the tranquil hilltop campus that, for many of us, was a first home-away-from-home. It's a time to renew bonds--with classmates and professors, and with the college that shaped our lives together.
Reunion is also a time when classes band together to support the Kenyon Fund. By giving back through the Fund, they help sustain everything they love about Kenyon: the inspiring faculty, the close-knit community, the opportunities for individual achievement, the beauty of the campus.
Together with your reunion class, you can make a difference for Kenyon by giving to the Kenyon Fund. And now you have more options for giving than ever before. You can give year by year. Or you can make a two- or three-year pledge, with the total counting as part of your class gift at reunion.
There are many ways to support Kenyon. But the fundamentals are simple:
Now you can make a bigger difference for Kenyon, and for your class giving total, through multiyear giving. That's because your reunion class gift total includes all the following:
This is an opportunity to make reunion even more meaningful, for your class and for Kenyon. So embrace tradition by giving every year. And take advantage of new opportunities, by considering a pledge for future years.
You have more options than ever before in giving to the Kenyon Fund.
Every Kenyon Fund gift is important, and every gift is appreciated. Kenyon students and professors join in thanking alumni for their loyal support.
The College recognizes you for your Kenyon Fund gifts. Every donor is listed in the honor roll included in your fall class letter.
Since its inception in 1942, the Kenyon Fund has made a critical difference for the College, adding quality to every facet of campus life. Its goals remain unaltered: