Reunion Class Giving - Classes Ending with 3's and 8's "None of us got where we are solely by pulling ourselves up by our bootstraps..." - Thurgood Marshall '30

Make an impact! With your support, current and future students, faculty, staff and programs at Lincoln University will greatly benefit.

Reunion Class Giving - Classes Ending with 3's and 8's A Project of Alumni

This reunion year is excellent opportunity to support Lincoln University in a way that is personally meaningful to you. Your gift can be designated to the student aid campaign, to student organizations, to the Alumni Association, to the library, to athletics or other areas of greatest need. Unrestricted gifts are extremely important because they allow the President to prioritize needs and direct funds where they will be most useful. Endowments created in your name fund specific programs in perpetuity.

Be sure to use this time before the reunion in May 2018 to maximize your gift. Your gift may be doubled or even tripled by employers who match charitable contributions made by their employees and sometimes, retirees or spouses. Gifts of stock or mutual funds are accepted as charitable contributions and there may be considerable tax benefits for this type of contribution. To learn more, contact Stephen McDaniel, Interim V.P. for Institutional Advancement, or 484-365-7441.

Be sure to indicate the class year you wish to receive credit for your gift when you see: "Additional Instructions About My Donation"

Thank you for your involvement, support and taking time to consider your gift to Lincoln University in honor of our 50th Reunion!

Hail, Hail, Lincoln!

$3,478 Raised
3% towards $100,000 Goal

Supported by 6 Donations:

  • Silhouette
    Anonymous '78
    I Gave $278
  • Renea  B.
    Renea B. '83
    I Gave $200
  • Maurice B.
    I Gave $1,000
    The Mighty & Great Class of 1978 loves Lincoln University!
  • Silhouette
    Anonymous '78
    I Gave $500
    The Mighty and Great class of 1978
  • Dot S.
    Dot S. '78
    I Gave $1,000
  • Oneda M.
    Oneda M. '78
    I Gave $500