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Giving

Reunion Giving

Alumnae celebrating a reunion are asked to participate in an important Dana Hall tradition: the Reunion Class Gift to the Dana Fund. While individual gifts to Dana are important, there is nothing more impressive than the message of collective alumnae support.
On average, 25% of Alumnae Dana Fund dollars result from reunion giving. Not only are the dollars raised by a class significant; so too is the number of donors in each class. 

Reunion Weekend Dana Fund Competitions

Each year during the Reunion banquet, Dana Hall presents two special class achievement awards:
CLASS WITH HIGHEST PARTICIPATION IN THE REUNION CLASS GIFT
2017 Winner: 1997
2016 Winner: 1966
2015 Winner: 1970
CLASS WITH LARGEST TOTAL GIFT TO THE DANA FUND (CLASS AGENTS' BOWL)
2016 Winner: 1977
2016 Winner: 1966
2015 Winner: 1965

Moon and Stars Society

The Moon and Stars Society provides special recognition and distinction to loyal alumnae whose annual gifts have supported Dana Hall for five or more consecutive years.

Gifts of any amount to any area, given for five or more consecutive years, count towards participation in the Moon and Stars Society. Membership is maintained as long as the alumna makes one gift each fiscal year (July 1- June 30).

Consistent loyal support of the School provides the foundation for Dana Hall's legacy of excellence while honoring the school's tradition of giving. Moon and Stars Society members set a philanthropic example for fellow alumnae and play an important role in ensuring that Dana Hall continues to excel with each new incoming class.

1881 Giving Society

LEGACY CIRCLE
$100,000+ to the Dana Fund
AMOR CARITAS
$50,000- $99,999 to the Dana Fund
GROVE HOUSE CIRCLE
$25,000 - $49,999 to the Dana Fund
FOUNDERS CIRCLE
$15,000-$24,999 to the Dana Fund
EASTMAN CIRCLE
$10,000 - $14,999 to the Dana Fund
HEAD’S CIRCLE
$5,000 - $9,999 to the Dana Fund
BLUE AND WHITE ASSOCIATE
$2,500-$4,999 to the Dana Fund
1881 ASSOCIATE
$1,000-$2,499 to the Dana Fund
 

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  • Francesca

    "In my Literature Composition I class we did a poetry unit before winter break. Our poetry project was in collaboration with a school in Turkey. We created our own websites to display our works of poetry. The last day of school before winter break we were able to Skype with the kids from the school in Turkey, and it was so much fun to interact with students who were so far away. We were able to learn what their school was like, and how their classes worked."
    -Francesca '19