Reunion Giving“Alumni who support Concordia are giving back a small piece of what they received. It’s acknowledging gratitude. Financial gifts from alumni are a way to continue the life-changing tradition essential to every Cobber education.”
– Nate Crary, music and art student
Every five years following your graduation is considered your class reunion year, and you’ll enjoy special celebrations and events during Homecoming. Why not make that celebration even more special with a reunion giving gift to Concordia?
During reunion years, classmates who agree to serve on a special reunion gift committee have the opportunity to spread the word about The Concordia Annual Fund to their classmates and to let them know how their dollars go to work.
If you’re an annual donor, reunion giving presents an opportunity to make a special gift in honor of your reunion. If it’s been a while since you’ve made a gift, use this time to reconnect and renew your commitment to Concordia. Finally, if you have yet to make a gift to Concordia, this is the perfect opportunity to begin a tradition of giving.
Also, if you are interested in being involved with a reunion giving effort, send a message to Lisa Lipari of The Concordia Annual Fund.