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Every year since 1981, the members of the senior class have honored their time at Middlebury by making a gift to the college. This year’s senior class has voted on a fund for health and wellness. The fund will help to augment and grow the Student Support Network (SSN), a training program that gives participants knowledge, skills, perspectives, and connections to help students in crisis, and build meaningful connections throughout the student community. The training discussions include, but are not limited to, mental and emotional health, warning signs of a friend who is struggling, how to talk about issues, in addition to presentations from campus partners about these resources and referrals.

Our goal is to have at least 75% of our class make a gift and to raise $12,000. Our primary focus is participation knowing that gifts of all sizes will help us reach our goals. We encourage you to consider a gift of $20.16 in honor of our class.

With the help of alumni, parents, and friends we hope to raise $100,000 to endow our fund so that it can continue to benefit students for decades to come.

Please consider making a gift to support current and future Middlebury students.

A student gift of $100 or more qualifies you for Middlebury’s 1800 Society at the Panther Society level. All student gifts of $20.16 or more will receive our class pint glass.

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Dollars Raised: 75%

Funding Details

Deadline: Jun 30, 2016
Total needed: $100,000


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