Please consider a gift to the Smith Fund for our 60th Reunion. No gift is too small. Every dollar and every donor make a difference!

To make a gift to the Class of 1965 Scholarship Fund:

The Class of 1965 Scholarship Fund is an endowed fund that was launched in Dec. ’64 to celebrate our commencement.  It started with $15,659.  Despite no additions since 1974 and the distribution of over $350,000 in financial aid, it totaled $411,409 as of June 30, 2021!  Here’s a link to the page to donate to our scholarship fund:

Gifts can be made to either our Class Scholarship Fund or to the Smith Fund—but they are different funds. Our Class Fund is restricted, but we do get credit for participation and for overall totals for gifts to either fund.   A gift to the Smith Fund specifying “financial aid” goes into general scholarships, not into our Class Fund.  You must specify it in your gift in order for it to be counted as part of our Class Scholarship Fund.

To make a gift to the Smith Fund:

When you contribute to the Smith Fund and supply your class year, your gift will automatically count toward our 60th Reunion class gift to the College. To contribute to the Smith Fund, go to the link before which has the form for making the gift.

To make a gift through planned giving:

To make a gift by means of your will or an annuity that pays a fixed income for life, go to

or call 800-241-2056, option 5.

To become a member of the Grécourt Society, the society that honors individuals who have indicated that they are remembering Smith in their wills, go to

If you would like further information or assistance, please contact one of our class fundraising officers: 

Fran Yoffe Feldman,
Class Fund Agent
Marilyn Dobbs Higuera, Special Gifts
Kath Amey Shelton, Planned Giving
Jane Rockman, Memorials

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