Class of 1977 volunteers Mike Davino '77, Nancy Hubsmith Rozance '77 '78MBA and Clay Biddinger '77 accept the award for highest class gift from Alumni Board Member Greg Derderian '80 and President Lewis Duncan.
Class of 1987 volunteer Beth Zanarini '87 signs her class gift check before presenting it to President Lewis Duncan.
Class of 2001 volunteer Holly Pohlig '01 and Trustee David Lord '69 '71MBA at the Volunteer Recognition Ceremony during Reunion.
Each year, the classes celebrating 5th through 50th reunions participate in a friendly competition against one another to reach individual class gift goals. Alumni reunion volunteers lead their classmates in boosting class gift participation throughout the months leading up to Reunion. The classes with the highest class gift and the highest participation in reunion giving are announced during Reunion, each receiving a trophy in honor of their dedication to raising support for Rollins.
All class gifts and pledges directly support high impact areas of Rollins such as financial aid and undergraduate education and life, as well as count toward participation in The Rollins Fund if made during your reunion fiscal year (June 1-May 31). Every gift, any amount makes a difference and will be counted in your class gift total! In addition to being recognized during Reunion, class gift donors will receive a special thank you from their class leadership and be acknowledged in the Reunion Honor Roll of Donors and the Alumni Honor Roll of Donors.
Dedicated reunion volunteers make class gifts successful. Our volunteers work closely with Rollins Fund staff to set achievable goals and encourage their classmates to give back to the college that gave them their future. Click here to get involved with your class gift.
To learn more about this exciting opportunity, contact Garrett Preisser ’05, director of The Rollins Fund, at 407-646-2246 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit rollins.edu/givenow to contribute to your class gift today.