Name Mills' new loyalty club
The College will launch a new club this July to recognize individuals who consistently include Mills in their giving—and we need your help naming it! Alumnae and friends who have made at least one gift of any amount in each of the last three years will automatically become members. They will be invited to a special event at Reunion 2013 and acknowledged for their participation in other ways.
Send your suggestion(s) for a name for this new club at email@example.com by Friday, May 3. In the May issue of the (e)ucalyptus electronic newsletter, we'll invite alumnae and friends to vote on a short list of top names. If your suggested name wins, you'll receive a voucher for one free Reunion registration (to be used in the next five years).
The Aurelia Henry Reinhardt Society
Named after the third woman president of Mills College, the Aurelia Henry Reinhardt Society recognizes alumnae and friends who have included Mills in their estate plans, either through a bequest intention or a charitable life income gifts. Learn more.
The Cyrus and Susan Mills Society
Named after the two presidents who built Mills College in the late 19th century with a vision of equal education for women, the Cyrus and Susan Mills Society honors individuals who give $1,500 or more in a single fiscal year (July 1 through June 30).
In addition to the satisfaction of knowing you are making a difference for Mills students, members of the Cyrus and Susan Mills Society are eligible for the benefits below:
$1,500 to $4,999
Invitation to a complimentary seated breakfast program during Reunion with President Alecia A. DeCoudreaux, featuring a faculty presentation
$5,000 to $9,999
Same as above, plus:
Invitation to a conference call with the President
Same as above, plus:
A personalized Mills experience. Select from these offerings:
- A one-on-one phone call with a College leader of your choice (e.g., the provost, chair of the Board of Trustees, deans of our graduate schools). You will be able to hear an insider's perspective on new College initiatives and have the opportunity to ask questions.
- A private tour of the Mills College Art Museum or F. W. Olin Library Special Collections