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Development: Donor Societies
The University of Portland is immensely grateful for every gift from every donor. Every gift to the University of Portland, no matter how large or small, is important. Every donor is important. When individuals make a gift to the University of Portland, they can expect to receive timely acknowledgement and thanks via mail. During the academic year the Telephone Outreach Program's student workers may also call to offer thanks for donations. All donors will be recognized in the annual President's Stewardship Report because the sum of all those gifts has a significant impact on our mission.
Some gifts also merit special thanks and recognition. We have created five donor societies to honor special contributions to the University of Portland and express our thanks to these donors at events throughout the year. Please consider supporting the University in such a way to qualify for these special groups.
President's Club members are invited to special events throughout the year including Mock's Crest Productions opening night each June and the annual Christmas Gala. Learn more...
Hooyboer Society members — those who have recognized the University in their estate plans — are invited to a lunch in their honor each fall. Learn more...
Pilot Club members have access to the Pilot Club Hospitality Suite at home soccer and basketball games and are recognized on a donor wall in the Chiles Center. Learn more...
Schulte Society members — those who have made gifts to the University of Portland for 10 consecutive years or longer — are recognized with special certificates at 10, 15, and 25 years of giving. Learn more...
- The annual Scholarship Luncheon, held on Founder's Day in April, pairs scholarship donors with their recipients for a special program of thanks.
Naming opportunities allow donors who make significant gifts to name a physical space on campus, a scholarship, or an endowed fund as one remembrance of their generosity. Contact Bryce Strang, senior associate vice president for development, or Laurie Kelley, University relations vice president, for information.
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