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Giving Programs

Information for Volunteers

Volunteering for The Stanford Fund is a great way to connect with classmates and help shape the university's future. There are many opportunities to get involved.

Reunion Campaigns

Reunion campaigns could not succeed without the help of dedicated volunteers. In talking to classmates about The Stanford Fund and other giving opportunities, volunteers help their classes reach dollar and participation goals that ultimately benefit Stanford undergraduates. Learn more about reunion campaigns or volunteer by contacting your Class Giving Officer.

Leadership Circle

More than 200 alumni serve as Leadership Circle volunteers, helping to maintain their classes' role in The Stanford Fund between reunions. Learn more about leadership giving. To volunteer, contact Amy Wilson at 650.723.7814.

Young Alumni

Many recent alumni volunteers work with the Office of Development to communicate the impact of annual gifts to The Stanford Fund, ask classmates for gifts, and thank those who have given. To volunteer or learn more about young alumni giving, please contact Troy Steinmetz, Director of Young Alumni and Student Philanthropy, at 650.725.9188.

Parents

Parents are among the most dedicated of all Stanford volunteers, and their efforts are vital to Stanford's unparalleled educational experience. Parents host local events, participate in Stanford alumni clubs, and help raise gifts from fellow parents. Learn more about the Parents' Program or become a parent volunteer by contacting Jane Harrison, Director of the Stanford Parents' Program, at 650.725.6881.

Students

From the Frosh Thankathon to the Senior Gift Campaign, there are opportunities for students to be involved with The Stanford Fund throughout their undergraduate years. Learn more about students and The Stanford Fund, or volunteer by contacting Alyssa Bernauer, Assistant Director, Student and Young Alumni Development.

Graduate Alumni

Please visit your school's website or the Stanford Alumni Association for information about volunteer opportunities.

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