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  • Contributions to “This is the Day”

    • The Starr Foundation awarded a $50,000 grant to the C.V. Starr Scholarship Fund in support of the campaign.
    • Kathleen Monahan Gregg ‘61 pledged $15,000 to This is the Day.
    • Justice Sallie Manzanet-Daniels ‘85 and the Honorable Randy A. Daniels made a $25,000 pledge to the campaign.
    • Trustee Paul A. Galiano made a contribution of $25,000 to support the President’s Medal Gala and a further pledge of $10,000 in unrestricted support to the campaign.
    • Alicia P. Bendernagel ‘73 pledged $60,000 to the Muriel D. Quartararo Scholarship in support of the campaign.
    • Trustee Louise Beit made an additional contribution of $10,000 to This is the Day.
    • An anonymous donor made a $25,000 pledge to the Sr. Judith Savard Endowed Scholarship, a special initiative of This is the Day.
    • Former Trustee Bettye Musham pledged $55,000 to This is the Day to be added to the William C. Musham Scholarship.
    • Donna Ensign Marshall ‘83 made an additional campaign pledge of $10,000 in unrestricted support.
    • Eugene M. Lang pledged an additional $50,000 to the Theresa Lang Scholarship, through the Eugene M. Lang Foundation, to support This is the Day.
    • Trustee James B. Hornor pledged an additional $25,000 in unrestricted support to the campaign.
    • Lisa Tachick Hooper ‘95 and David Hooper made a campaign pledge of $15,000 to support a dance scholarship.
    • Eileen Byrne Hughes ‘72 pledged an additional $10,000 to This is the Day.
    • Trustee Lucille Zanghi and James Dow made a further campaign pledge of $125,000, recognized by the naming of the Dow Zanghi Student Health Center. 
    • Kathleen Edwards Austin ‘65 pledged an additional $10,000 to the campaign, adding to the Kathleen and George Austin Scholarship Grant.
    • Roy Miller made an additional $10,000 pledge to the campaign in scholarship support.
    • Trustee Ronald Yoo pledged $10,000 in unrestricted support to the campaign.
    • Trustee Natasha Pearl and Richard Stowe contributed $30,000 in support of the campaign and the President’s Medal Gala.
    • Jephson Educational Trusts awarded $10,000 for scholarship grants, one of the initiatives of the College’s comprehensive campaign.
  • President’s Medal Gala

    • Philip and Cheryl Milstein contributed $10,000 through the PLM Foundation to support the President’s Medal Gala.
    • Trustee Mary Twomey Greason ‘86 contributed $25,000 in support of the Mary Twomey Greason scholarship and the President’s Medal Gala.
    • Trustee Ginger Lyons de Neufville made a contribution of $10,000 to support the President’s Medal Gala.
    • Trustee Anne C. Flannery ‘73 contributed $40,000 to the President’s Medal Gala.
    • An anonymous donor made a campaign contribution of $100,000 to support the President’s Medal Gala.
    • Greenberg Traurig, LLP, contributed $10,000 to support the President’s Medal Gala.
    • Jephson Educational Trusts awarded $10,000 for scholarship grants, one of the initiatives of the College’s comprehensive campaign.
    • Seth and Sarah Glickenhaus contributed $25,000 to the President’s Medal Gala.
    • Bank of America Merrill Lynch contributed $10,000 in support of the President’s Medal Gala.
    • Trustee James E. Buckman contributed $15,000 to support the President’s Medal Gala.
    • Ben R. Zaricor and Louise Veninga made a campaign contribution of $15,500 to support the Academic Access Program and the President’s Medal Gala.
  • Additional Gifts

    • Madeleine D. Burns ‘84 contributed $10,000 to the Madeleine Burns Scholarship through the Ludwig W. Frohlich Charitable Trust.
    • Former Trustee Richard Berry made a further campaign pledge of $10,000 to support the Barry Commoner Lecture on the Environment and the Commoner Fund for Environmental Studies.
    • The Rudin Foundation awarded a grant of $15,000 to support the The Jack and Lewis Rudin Distinguished Visiting Scholars Program.
    • An anonymous donor pledged $10,000 to support the Bedford Hills College Program.