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Annual Giving Recognition

Loyalty Levels

The Marylhurst Fund has several recognition levels with corresponding benefits as our way of showing our appreciation for your support.

Associate level through Fellow: $1 to $499
Marylhurst bookmark

Educator: $500 to $999
Marylhurst journal (first-time gift)

President's Society: $1,000 or more
With a gift of $1,000 or more, you join a prestigious group of university supporters and receive special benefits, including invitations to the annual President's Society reception.
Learn more about President's Society benefits and giving levels.

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You may support Marylhurst with cash, stock, property, estate gifts or through gift annuities & charitable trusts.

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Designate your 2013 gift to the MS in Food Systems & Society program -- and it will be matched dollar for dollar.

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