Consider joining your peers in commemorating and honoring your time at UMaine by making a gift!
Every gift counts, but look below to see how you could match your gift by donating to your class scholarship.
Reunion Giving Options
You may make a gift online by visiting our giving page, or by mailing a check made out to:
University of Maine Foundation
include your class scholarship in the memo line
and mail to:
University of Maine Foundation
Two Alumni Place
Orono, ME 04469-5792
Make monthly gifts to support your class scholarship fund or any other UMaine entity. Recurring gifts provide a predictable source of revenue for UMaine and your gift goes to work immediately for the benefit of the UMaine entity you choose to support.
A five-year pledge will take you to your next reunion celebration. If you are interested in this giving option, please follow the link below, or contact Dee Gardner for more information.
Giving by Bequest:
Some reunion class members find that creating a planned gift to celebrate their reunion year is a good fit for their philanthropic goals. This type of gift may qualify donors for membership in the Charles F. Allen Legacy Society. Plan gifts often make a real difference in the future of our University.
Simple ways to help through a named fund or through a class scholarship fund would be to:
• Leave a bequest to the University of Maine Foundation in your will or trust;
• Name the University of Maine Foundation as a beneficiary to a portion of a retirement account or a life insurance policy;
• Create a life income through a gift annuity, charitable trust or pooled fund with the remainder to benefit the University.
Here is sample language
Thank you for considering a planned gift for the future of the College of Our Hearts Always.
Class Scholarship Matching Gift Program for Reunion Classes
2019 Reunion Classes (1954, 1959, 1964, 1969, 1974, 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004, 2009 and 2014) will be the first classes to qualify for the new Class Scholarship Matching Gift Program for Reunion Classes.
The match will be granted at Reunion 2024 based on what has been raised for Class Scholarship Funds by that date. Creating a five-year pledge now would count in Reunion 2019 totals, for the UMaine Vision for Tomorrow campaign and be paid by 2024 to qualify for the matching funds!
How does the match work?
The University of Maine Foundation will provide a 4:1 matching gift (each $4 class members donate to their class scholarship fund will be matched with $1 from the Foundation*) to each class at Reunion 2024.
*A maximum matching gift from the Foundation of $2,000 per class year ($8,000 donor funds matched with $2,000 Foundation funds).
If your class is currently participating in another matching gift program with the Foundation, your class is not eligible to participate in the Class Scholarship Matching Gift Program for Reunion Classes
Dee Gardner ’89
Reunion Giving Coordinator
Make your Reunion 2019 gift now by visiting the online giving form linked to your scholarship:
|Class of 1954
|Class of 1954 Scholarship||Executive Committee, H. Allen Fernald|
|Class of 1959
|Class of 1959 Scholarship||Donald E. Cookson|
|Class of 1964
|Class of 1964 Scholarship||Peter M. Bourque|
|Class of 1969
|Class of 1969 Scholarship||Pamela L. Beal|
|Class of 1974
|Class of 1974 Scholarship|
|Class of 1979
|Class of 1979 Scholarship||James R. Lafond|
|Class of 1984
|Class of 1984 Scholarship||Thomas A. Nash|
|Class of 1989
|Class of 1989 Scholarship||Rodney N. Mondor & Lynn E. Sewell|
|Class of 1994
|Class of 1994 Scholarship||Stacey M. Stump|
|Class of 1999
|Class of 1999 Scholarship||Misty Edgecomb, Class Correspondent|
|Class of 2004
|Class of 2004 Scholarship||Anne M. Schmidt, Class Correspondent|
|Class of 2009
|Class of 2009 Scholarship||Ashley Marquis|
|Class of 2014
|Class of 2014 Scholarship||Kim Dao|