Scripps College Annual Fund

With plans to eclipse last fiscal year, which had 52% alumnae participation, the Annual Fund is driving toward an ambitious participation goal of 55% from alumnae. To date, the Annual Fund has received $1.5 million from alumnae, parents, and friends and 31% participation in gifts from alumnae.

This year’s Senior Class Gift kicked off this February with a generous challenge pledge from Benjamin and Joy Warren, parents of Scripps senior Jessica Warren. They will match all gifts from parents to the 2002 Senior Class Gift up to $10,000. In addition, Scripps will compete with Claremont McKenna and Pitzer Colleges for the highest participation rate among seniors.

Plans are underway for a very special Reunion 2002. Reunion classes have already raised $130,000 toward this year’s goal of $315,000.

Pursuing their unprecedented goal of $200,000, the Scripps Association of Families Fund has received gifts from more than 400 families, totaling $138,000.