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Honor Roll of Donors
In previous years, the Annual Report
was PLU’s opportunity to list all those who have generously donated
to the university. This year, PLU wanted to make the list available
to an even larger audience—those who read Scene magazine. While
the forthcoming Annual Report will detail PLU’s successes over
the last fiscal year, the Honor Roll of Donors will focus on those
who have donated to PLU.
In this report, PLU recognizes all
members of the Lifetime Giving Society, the Heritage Society and
the Q Club, as well as all donors who made gifts between June
1, 1999 and May 31, 2000. All contributors are listed once, in
alphabetical order, with a key for the different giving organizations.
The Lifetime Giving Society recognizes an extraordi-nary group
of donors who have given faithfully and consistently over time
to sustain and support Pacific Lutheran University. Lifetime giving
includes the total recorded gifts and current pledges of cash,
securities, real estate, and appreciated property, and includes
the charitable value of irrevocable planned gifts. These totals
do not include revocable deferred gifts or gifts to KPLU.
Heritage Society members have remembered PLU in their estate planning
through a type of deferred gift, bequest, charitable trust, revocable
trust, charitable gift annuity, life insurance, pooled income
fund agreement, or a gift of residence or farm with retained life
estate. Membership is not based on the amount of the deferred
gift. These contributions are very important to Pacific Lutheran
University’s long-term future, with gifts ranging from $5,000
or less to $5 million and more.
With a minimum contribution of $300 annually (student giving levels
begin at $60 a year), one can join this gathering of dedicated
friends whose mission is to provide assistance to deserving students
as they prepare for lives of service through a Pacific Lutheran
University education. Q Club is the “giving club” of PLU’s annual
fund, and the more than 2,000 members provide the core of scholarship
The Matching Gift Program recognizes Companies and Foundations
who have contributed to PLU by matching the gifts of their employees.
This support is either designated to a particular fund identified
by the employee or given to the unrestricted fund.
Colleges of Washington
Designation is for individuals, companies and foundations who
have contributed to PLU by making contributions through the Independent
Colleges of Washington. ICW supports private higher education
in Washington state by soliciting unrestricted gifts from many
individuals, businesses and foundations.
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