The Class of 1967 will celebrate its 50th Reunion during Alumni Weekend, May 19-21, 2017.
Lehigh University places special emphasis on the 50th Reunion and on the funds raised in recognition of this milestone anniversary. The 50th Reunion is a time to revisit Lehigh and consider making a gift that generations of students will come to know as your personal legacy.
The 50th Reunion Fund campaign, which kicks off after a class’ 45th Reunion, is a five-year campaign. All giving opportunities are credited toward the 50th Reunion campaign, including multiyear pledges.
Of the special giving opportunities that are a part of the 50th Reunion campaign, many classmates have found that planned, or deferred, gifts—including bequests—can help provide meaningful support to Lehigh while also addressing the donor’s financial needs.
Remember: All gifts made between the 46th and the 50th years will count toward the 50th Reunion total for a class.
- Charitable gift annuity—provides immediate payments of fixed income for life.
- Deferred charitable gift annuity—provides payments of fixed income for life, with payments beginning at a future date designated by the donor.
- Charitable trusts—remainder and lead.
Other gift options are also a part of the campaign for the 50th:
- All outright gifts.
- Gifts of life insurance.
- Bequest intentions with Lehigh as a beneficiary.
- And more.
For more information on how one of these gifts or gift intentions can help you make a gift for your 50th Reunion at Lehigh, contact the Office of Planned Giving.