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A reunion is a special time for you and your classmates to get together and fondly reminisce about your college years. As you celebrate your special anniversary, whether it is your 5th, 25th or 50th La Salle Reunion, you not only commemorate your important lifelong relationship with the University, but you also have the opportunity to ensure that future La Salle University students enjoy a similar experience.

Reunion Class Gifts are a special component of The La Salle Fund because increased support from those classes celebrating an anniversary make it possible for us to achieve our fundraising ambitions. We depend on the generosity, enthusiasm, and camaraderie of reunion classes to anchor the Annual Fund. Successful reunion classes set a competitive pace for our annual giving efforts and help to inspire other classes through their Reunion Class Giving campaigns.

Last year, alumni, parents, seniors and friends contributed over $2 million to the Annual Fund. The La Salle Fund provides unrestricted funds to support La Salle University’s highest priorities, including student scholarship support and curriculum development.

Your class gift, along with those of other reunion classes, will have a profound impact on the University’s ability to continue to offer a quality well-rounded education in the tradition of the Christian Brothers. Everyone is encouraged to participate in his or her Reunion Class Gift. Levels of support will vary from class to class, and from person to person, but your class fund chairs will likely ask for a “stretch” gift from everyone in the class. A “stretch” gift is one larger than you would normally make on an annual basis to commemorate your special reunion. Click here to make your reunion gift today.

Thank you for your commitment to passing on the La Salle tradition.

Classes '77, '87, '92, '97, '02, and '07 will celebrate their reunion during Homecoming Weekend, November 17, 2012.

We hope to see you there!

To visit the Reunion Web site, click here.