Law Reunion Giving
Like all gifts to the Notre Dame Law School Annual Fund, contributions made during your class reunion year support fellowships, loan repayment assistance funds, and the Kresge Law Library.
Maximizing alumni participation is the primary goal of the Reunion Giving Program. Making a gift in honor of your reunion is a simple way to show your Notre Dame spirit—and to support current students.
During reunion years, many alumni choose to increase their support. A considerable number do this by joining the Order of St. Thomas More.
Reunion Giving works like this: your 2013 class representatives lead a yearlong fundraising effort prior to the June reunion. To participate, alumni celebrating a law reunion in 2012 may make a new gift or a payment on an existing pledge to the Notre Dame Law School between July 1, 2012, and June 30, 2013.
Virtually every gift designated for the Law School will count toward the participation goals of the Reunion Giving Program. And, of course, all contributions will count toward eligibility in the football ticket lottery, provided they meet the minimum contribution levels.
Every gift matters. Make yours today.
Please indicate that you wish to direct your gift to the Law School in the “Comments” section of the online giving form.
How are we doing?
Celebrating the classes of 1963, 1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003, 2008.
Who will be Number One?
The participating members of the class – or classes – with the highest percentage of reunion attendees and class gift contributors will be the recipients of the brand new ND Law lapel pin. Questions? Email us at LSAF@nd.edu or call us at (574) 631-2768.
Thank you and we look forward to your return to the Golden Dome!