Giving to Wheaton College

Because of Wheaton I am a stronger Christian and stronger individual... I know Wheaton is doing that in the lives of countless students and I give to support that mission.

Giving to Wheaton College

We have been very impressed by and pleased with the consistent evangelical influence of Wheaton and its students. We are thankful to play a small part in the programs of Wheaton College.”

Giving to Wheaton College

What does the Wheaton Fund do? It helps make this competitive pricing possible without sacrificing one iota of the excellence that characterizes Wheaton...

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Wheaton Associate

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Reunion Giving

Reunion giving provides an opportunity for a class to support the mission of Wheaton, impact student's lives, and build class unity.

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Investing in the Future

Each year, reunion classes invest in Wheaton and impact the lives of present and future students by initiating class gift projects. These projects advance the mission of Wheaton by supporting the Wheaton Fund, endowed scholarships, and strategic priorities of the College.

Reunion Giving is a fundraising campaign that takes place in the months surrounding your reunion. If you recently celebrated a reunion and you want to give in honor of your reunion, all you have to do is make a gift—to the Wheaton Fund or to any area—to be counted in class totals.

Wheaton Fund - A Fund That Unites

All classes returning to campus, as well as the Senior Class, are given the opportunity to come alongside current and future students through giving to the Wheaton Fund. The Wheaton Fund is the College's unrestricted annual fund. It represents an ongoing investment in the College's highest priorities: keeping Wheaton affordable for every student, attracting the highest quality faculty and staff members, and providing programming that disciples the minds and hearts of students.

Your gifts power student life and learning at Wheaton, helping to maintain and enhance the Wheaton experience with scholarships, campus resources and a range of other initiatives.

Reunion Giving Totals

Class Year

Gifts

 Donors

Participation

 Alumni Weekend 2015 Class Gifts
 1985 $246,400 120 22%
 1980 $1,397,000 100
19%
 1975 $142,200 110
20%
 1970 $167,300 84
21%
 1965 $532,900
147 33%
 1960 $288,000
140 33%
 Homecoming 2014 Class Gifts
2009 $40,700 90
15%
2004 $63,700 89 15%
1999 $73,600 69 12%
1994 $45,400 86 16%
1989 $116,200 108 19%

Updated May 2015

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