Dues and Contributions

Class of '88 Dues - Keep our Class Going Every Year!


We'd like to take this opportunity to point out that these dues do not go to the University, but are instead used to support Class of 1988 projects and activities. Read your PAW, enjoy keeping up with Class Notes? Attended a tailgate? Gone to a regional class event? Enjoyed free beer at an off year reunion? Those were all funded by class dues.

Did you miss a year of dues paying when you were off climbing the Himalayans?  Take this opportunity to pay a past year and take pride in a clean record.  All dues payments are fully tax-deductible. See our FY18 Dues Honor Roll (as of February 14, 2018).
 
Dues for Current Year
Period 
$60
Dues for the Current Year at the Tiger Leadership Level
Period 
$88
Pay Regular Dues Through 2018
Period 
$275
Pay Leadership Level Dues Through 2018
Period 
$500
Dues for a Previous Year
Period 
$55

 

Memorial Fund Contributions

In 1990 our class established the Sam Mitra Memorial Scholarship.  In 1999 it was renamed the Class of 1988 Memorial Scholarship, in honor and in memory of our beloved classmates that have passed away. Each year our classmates give generously and reliably to help support student scholarship on campus.  If you would like to make a fully tax-deductible donation to this fund, please contribute below:

 
Scholarship Contribution
$

 

30th Reunion Community Service Contributions - The Seeing Eye in Morristown, NJ

Service dogs fall into several categories depending on their training.  The most commonly known service dogs are guide dogs.  These dogs help those with visual impairments or blindness to find their way around and to protect them from obstacles in their way.  
For our 30th Reunion, which falls during THE YEAR OF THE DOG we have chosen to partner with The Seeing Eye in Morristown, New Jersey, and Mercer County Puppy Raisers – a volunteer group in the local Princeton area who help the puppies from The Seeing Eye put their best paw forward to becoming guide dogs.  Part of their training includes socialization, which the pups have been happy to learn by interacting with Princeton students on campus.

If we raise $5000 or more for The Seeing Eye, we have the opportunity to name a puppy who is training to be a guide dog!  In addition to providing funding for much-needed supplies, our class will be taking a tour and visiting The Seeing Eye headquarters on Thursday (5/31/18) of Reunions.  Please see our Community Service page on this website to learn more.  Make sure to sign up when you register for our 30th!

MAHALO FOR YOUR GENEROUS SUPPORT!  All contributions are fully tax-deductible.

 
If you have any questions about our 30th Reunion Service Project with The Seeing Eye, please contact our Community Service chair: Leah Van DerVoort MacFarlane
 
Community Service
$

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Once you have completed your selections, click the SUBMIT button below to complete your billing and payment information within our secure payment system.

If you would prefer to pay your dues by mail, contact treasurer Peter Noymer '88.

Since the class qualifies as a Section 501 (C) (3) public charity, both dues and contributions may be taken as tax deductions.

MAHALO!

 

 


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